Oxford Economics Research

Founded in 1981, Oxford Economics formed as a commercial venture with Oxford University’s business collective in an effort to provide economic forecasting and modeling to companies and financial institutions in the United Kingdom that were expanding abroad. Over the years, the firm has earned global recognition, becoming one of the top independent advisory firms worldwide.

The firm provides reports, forecasts and analytical tools on over 3,000 cities, 200 countries and 100 industrial sectors. Its top-notch global economic and industry models and analytical tools make it possible to forecast external market trends while making accurate assessments of their economic, social and business impact.

Among the firm’s full range of research techniques and thorough leadership capabilities are:
  • Econometric modeling
  • Scenario framing
  • Economic analysis (market surveys, case studies, expert panels, web analytics)
The firm maintains a global client base that exceeds 850 international organizations and serves as a key advisor to corporate, financial and government decision-makers and thought leaders.
It touts a strong in-house team of experts and hosts a contributor network of over 500 economists, analysts and journalists from around the globe.

Oxford Economics is headquartered in Oxford, England, has regional centres in London, New York and Singapore and maintains offices in Belfast, Chicago, Dubai, Miami, Paris, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington, DC.

MarketResearch.com showcases economic research conducted by Oxford Economic for countries around the globe. You can explore weekly economic briefings, monthly industry briefings, country economic forecasts, commodity price forecasts and more for a broad range of countries and industries worldwide. Oxford Economics’ skilled researchers and global expertise ensure every economics report is filled with detail analysis.
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Country Economic Forecasts - Morocco
4/17/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... lifting demand, Moroccan growth picked up to 4.4% in Q1 and we forecast expansion of 3.7% in 2015 overall, followed by 4.5% in 2016 and 5% in 2017. The US$5bn two-year IMF precautionary credit line ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing - Eurozone
4/17/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in Q1 was as strong as 0.8%, above the likely rises in US and UK GDP over the same period.  Admittedly, deteriorating global growth prospects suggest that such a rise could turn out to be yet ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Uk Weekly Economic Briefing
4/17/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... most effective deficit killer of all – promoting faster economic growth. Meanwhile, the economy saw a second consecutive month of zero inflation in February. The continued boost to consumers’ purchasing power from ‘noflation’ leaves us ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Us Weekly Economic Briefing
4/17/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... indicated that domestic activity was soft in Q1 but activity should firm in the coming months as fundamentals remain solid. On the other hand, global growth remains feeble, posing a risk to the domestic outlook.  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Lebanon
4/16/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the president’s position now vacant for almost a year. And the civil war in Syria and the rise of IS are weighing on the political and security situation, depressing economic confidence, hindering trade and keeping ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing
4/16/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... More positively, lower interest rates and a recovering rouble mean we now expect a slightly shallower recession in Russia this year. And in India all the signs indicate that growth will reach 7.5% this year.  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Japan
4/16/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... policy, a less restrictive fiscal stance, the weak yen and a smaller drag from destocking should see growth reach 0.8% for 2015 and accelerate to 1.8% in 2016. The main risk is a slide back ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Kuwait
4/16/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... position in 2015 – at a forecast 8% of GDP – is expected to remain in large surplus. Data also show the budget surplus falling sharply in the first 11 months of the financial year ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Austria
4/16/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... of 2015. And we expect the average quarterly GDP growth rate to rise to 0.4% this year, up from zero in 2014. The sharp drop in oil prices has cut inflation and boosted real incomes ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Pakistan
4/15/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... up slightly on the 4.1% increase in 2013/14 reflecting the boost from lower inflation and world oil prices. And we continue to forecast that growth will pick up into a 5.5-6% range by 2017. Sharply ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Bahrain
4/15/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... recent recovery. Bahrain is dependent on oil for nearly 90% of its government revenues and, with a break-even oil price of US$128pb in 2014, it needs to cut spending sharply in order to avoid a ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Germany
4/15/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the introduction of the minimum wage damaging employment, we expect further strong rises in household incomes to support consumer spending. Indeed, our forecast for consumption to rise by 2.7% this year may yet prove too ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - South Korea
4/14/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in March, led by lower orders. There are also concerns that Korean consumer spending and investment have yet to respond significantly to the authorities’ easing of macro policy since mid-2014. The reduction in interest rates ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Russia
4/14/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in January to US$55-60pb currently, and this is a net positive for Russia's hydrocarbon-dominated economy. Second, the CBR has moved to reverse its earlier tightening sooner than we had forecast, and we expect more easing ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Latvia
4/14/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... Short-term risks are on the downside due to uncertainty over Russian trade and regional tensions, plus coalition bargaining over the next president, but still-unexploited Eurozone benefits should counterbalance these in the longer term. Inflation is ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Taiwan
4/13/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... we have lowered our estimate of quarterly GDP growth in Q1 and now forecast that the economy will grow by 3.5% in 2015 as a whole (down from 3.8% last month). But despite the weaker ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Sweden
4/13/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... clearly due to concerns about the strengthening of the SEK, which will make it harder for the central bank to reach its inflation target of 2%. Indeed, with inflation currently at just 0.1% y/y, we ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Spain
4/13/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... with job vacancies rising month-on-month, this trend looks set to be sustained going forward. Admittedly, GDP growth will be boosted a little by the temporary support from cheaper energy in 2015, reaching 2.5%. Nevertheless, growth ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - United States
4/10/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... firming wage growth, rising wealth, deleveraged households and solid confidence boosting consumer spending. Housing activity remains hesitant, be we see low interest rates and rising household formation boosting sales and starts through the year. Business ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Thailand
4/10/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... while falling oil prices and public sector wage increases will boost real incomes. Overall, we expect consumer spending to grow by 2.6% in 2015, having stagnated for much of the last two years. A rebound ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Finland
4/10/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... recovery this year will be driven by exports to western markets, where strengthening demand should offset the downturn in Russia. Domestic demand will remain weak for some time, however, with no improvement expected before 2016.  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Puerto Rico
4/9/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... The move exposed the island economy’s other structural flaws and has been accompanied by population outflows. Moreover, years of budget shortfalls have seen government debt rise to $72 billion, roughly 70% of GDP. In our view, ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Italy
4/9/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the unemployment rate very high. We expect marginal growth in GDP in Q1 after 14 quarters of recession. Last year Italy was once again the worst performer of the main Eurozone countries, shrinking 0.4%. And ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Cambodia
4/9/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... slowdown to 7%. Inflation, which dropped to just 0.4% in January as fuel prices fell, will climb back towards 3% by the end of this year. FDI, vital for plugging transport and energy gaps, has ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Eurozone
4/9/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... household spending to remain the key driver of growth both in Q1 and over the coming quarters, helped by strong real wage growth and rising employment. Growth in exports and (more gradually) investment will also ...  |  read more...
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