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 - Hungary
2/16/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... growth was 2.9%, well above expectations. The breakdown will not be released until March, but it is likely that buoyant export growth and a drawdown of the last EU investment funds (before the end of ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Kazakhstan
2/16/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... monetary policy, we expect inflation will average over 14% this year. This will hit households’ purchasing power and spending. At the same time the economy is also being undermined by weak external demand and depressed ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - South Korea
2/16/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... receipts fell to a six-year low, while export volumes also deteriorated. Against the backdrop of highly uncertain global demand, we have lowered our growth forecasts for Korea in 2016 and 2017. We now expect GDP ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Peru
2/15/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in the closing months of the year. Moreover, a broadly similar story is likely to unfold in 2016, albeit with the economy gaining strength from increased production of copper and greater encouragement of the tourism ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Eurozone
2/15/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... us to lower our Eurozone GDP growth forecast for 2016 from 1.8% to 1.6%. No GDP breakdown is available for Q4, but it appears that once again solid domestic demand growth was undermined by a ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - South Africa
2/15/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... has been bludgeoned by falling international commodity prices. As a result, it faces a growing risk of stagflation, with GDP growth expected to slow to just 1% this year, unemployment stuck above 25% and inflation ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Uk Weekly Economic Briefing
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... Though this week’s UK releases were weak, they related to only a small section of the economy and a broader sweep offers little justification for the recent extreme market moves. But there is an increasing ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Israel
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... monetary policy and low imported oil prices. Indeed, declines in world oil prices have fed through to consumer prices, which fell by 1% y/y in December and will remain well outside the central bank’s target ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Switzerland
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... as a ‘safe haven’. However, in the last week as global markets have become very jittery, the Franc has strengthened. And against a background of very fragile investor sentiment and further interest rate reductions by ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Argentina
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... electricity and gas prices – the subsidy of which by the last government was a key factor behind the soaring budget deficit. The battle with the bond ‘holdouts’ is another key challenge for the government. ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Italy
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... external conditions. Notwithstanding this slightly disappointing end to the year, 2015 was still the first year of recovery after the protracted recession that lasted between H2 2011 and 2014. In the near term, the economic ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing - Eurozone
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... being offset by the strength of consumption, with GDP proving remarkably resilient and again growing by 0.3% in the fourth quarter, as it did in Q3. The European banking sector has meanwhile again found itself ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Us Weekly Economic Briefing
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... momentum, but note that real GDP growth will likely remain in the low 2% this year. The Fed still expects the economy to grow despite the various headwinds but it is cognizant of the risks ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - United Arab Emirates
2/12/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... January, as low oil prices weighed on consumer and business sentiment. The stock market has fallen 3.6% since the start of the year and a slowdown in project spending is being observed, with the national ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing
2/11/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... thanks to strong external and domestic balances, low exposure to China's slowdown, reversal of fiscal austerity and falling commodity prices, which will keep monetary policy loose and boost consumption. Downside risks to growth stem from ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Philippines
2/11/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in government infrastructure investment will spur wider activity but some of the extra spending is bound to leak out into higher capital goods imports. Meanwhile, household spending is forecast to remain firm – supported by ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Luxembourg
2/10/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... estimated at 4.8%. Our GDP growth forecast for 2016 has been upgraded also, with domestic demand expected to accelerate to 3.2% in 2016 from 1.7% last year. Continued low oil prices, positive employment prospects and ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Slovenia
2/10/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... programme came to an end. We still estimate GDP growth at 2.6% in 2015, but we now forecast a slowdown to 2% this year as investment falls by 0.7%, export growth moderates and import growth ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - United States
2/9/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... sector spending. Looking ahead, consumer spending and housing should continue to benefit from solid income growth on the back of rising employment and accelerating wage growth. However, global headwinds and low oil prices will weigh ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Nigeria
2/8/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... But the central bank remained fairly vague on the topic and kept all policy instruments unchanged. The CBN's efforts to spur growth, including excess liquidity in the financial system and lower interest rates, have failed ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Bosnia And Herzegovina
2/5/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... EU, to which a formal accession request will be submitted in mid-February. Industrial exports, tourism and remittances are narrowing the current account deficit and generating hard-currency revenues that can revive consumption and domestic investment in ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Georgia
2/3/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... year in 2017-18 as stronger net exports and investment offset the restraint from tighter fiscal policy. The external deficit will start to narrow from over 12% of GDP last year as exports to the EU ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Vietnam
2/2/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... 6-7% range in 2016-18 as improvements in trade access compensate for slowdown in some key trade partners, and non-textile industrial growth promotes export diversification. Inflation will pick up modestly from low rates at the end ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Hong Kong China
2/1/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... and well-managed – it should survive near term pressures. We expect 2.5% GDP growth this year picking up to 3% in 2017 helped by consumer spending. A housing market correction is a significant downside risk.  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Iran Islamic Rep
2/1/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... from 4.3% in 2014/15. But the near-term outlook has improved following the lifting of most US, EU and UN economic sanctions on 16 January, and we now forecast growth at 4% in 2016/17 and 4.7% ...  |  read more...
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