BRIC Auction Analysis – April 2010
|Researchers||Anders Petterson, Nathan Engelbrecht|
|Report Type||Auction Analysis|
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Phillips de Pury’s reduced their original ambitious BRIC sale of originally 434 lots. This occurred after 56 out of the 111 Brazilian lots never arrived. This was understandable, as it was due to the chaos caused by the volcanic eruption. Despite the pick-up in the demand across most of the BRIC markets in 2010, this was not the full story. The sale questions the state and speed of the recovery process for some of the individual contemporary markets featured in the sale such as India and Russia.