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 - Taiwan
8/17/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... quarterly contraction in export volumes, down over 4% from Q1, since the global financial crisis. The dismal performance reflected the unexpectedly severe weakness in Chinese import demand this year. The scale of the drop in ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Estonia
8/15/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in H2 from 1.9% in Q2, with full-year 2015 growth seen at 2%. Further acceleration, to 3-3.5% is forecast in 2016-17 as exports pick up further and investment revives, with consumer spending also staying firm. ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Uk Weekly Economic Briefing
8/14/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... stemming from the labour market. Meanwhile, the UK won’t avoid global disinflationary pressures arising from moves in China’s currency, given the likely effect on import and commodity prices and the possible delay it will deliver ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing - Eurozone
8/13/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... place in the euro area for the short term at least. In return, Greece is expected to pursue a comprehensive programme of structural reforms targeting a variety of restrictive practices and tax breaks. While hurdles ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Switzerland
8/13/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... hand, the PMI decreased by 1.3 points to 48.7, falling back below the expansion-contraction threshold. Also on the gloomy side, consumer sentiment declined between April and July reflecting concerns about the expected outlook for unemployment ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Kazakhstan
8/13/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the fiscal deficit is seen widening to over 3% of GDP this year despite some spending cuts. In addition, with the sharp appreciation of the real effective exchange rate over the past year, mainly because ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Czech Republic
8/12/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... was driven by an increase in stocks, suggesting that growth will moderate in coming quarters. However, recent data releases suggest that activity remains buoyant: the PMI has surged to a 51-month high of 57.5 and ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Venezuela
8/11/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... and weak oil demand prospects as China continues to slow down. We now see Brent oil averaging US$59.2 per barrel in 2016, a forecast nearly US$10pb lower than previously. This represents a new sizeable external ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - United States
8/11/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... ahead, we see solid employment growth combining with firming wage growth to support stronger consumer spending and housing activity. Business investment will remain modest as both energy-related and export-oriented sectors face strong headwinds. We see ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Sweden
8/11/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... exports rebounded by 0.9% after falling in Q1 while imports fell by a further 0.4%. However, the rise in exports was largely driven by a rapid increase in service exports, which may be revised as ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Ukraine
8/10/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... major cuts in energy subsidies and other public spending. These measures have also kept the fiscal deficit at less than 5% of GDP despite a steep fall in GDP since early 2014. Deficit finance remains ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Ecuador
8/10/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... WTI oil prices will average below US$60pb next year and not recover to the levels seen during 2011-14 for another decade. Against this backdrop, Ecuadorian GDP growth will be less robust over the forecast period ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Lithuania
8/10/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... to 2.1%. Consumer spending has remained quite solid, but has been unable to offset sharply slower investment growth and loss of exports due to problems in Russian and the Eurozone. The pace of growth should ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Us Weekly Economic Briefing
8/7/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... continues to move forward supported by a strong labor market, but it remains constrained by global headwinds. In light of our labor market and inflation outlook, we maintain our call for a September rate hike.  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Chile
8/7/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... that business confidence remains low, with key sectors hit by the continued slowdown in the Chinese economy and its impact on mining investment and copper prices. But the outlook for consumer spending is a reasonable ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Turkey
8/7/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... coalition government appear to be making little progress. In addition, geopolitical tensions have risen again as violence has flared up along the Turkish-Syrian border, including an effective end to the 2013 ceasefire between Turkey and ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings - Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing - Global
8/6/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the US$ while most other Asian currencies have weakened noticeably. This will have a significant impact on export volumes: China’s exports are particularly sensitive to price effects and strong wage growth in recent years has ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Hong Kong China
8/5/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... sector is also struggling from the impact of a strengthening exchange rate, with the HK$ up 9% on a trade-weighted basis compared to June 2014, and travel restrictions on visitors from the Mainland (which could ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Egypt Arab Rep
8/5/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... growth, also reflected in PMI data, was due to a combination of factors, including less favourable base effects, domestic and regional insecurity, and weakness from Russia. Nonetheless, we remain cautiously optimistic that the economy can ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Saudi Arabia
8/3/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... increases in domestic refining capacity. But it is also because of the Kingdom’s determination to maintain market share – abandoning its swing producer role – which has been reinforced by the possible normalisation of relations ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Poland
8/3/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... a year. Inventories exerted a strong drag on growth, reducing the contribution from domestic demand to 2.9% points. But the adjustment from the external sector was sharper than expected, with net exports swinging from a ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Denmark
8/3/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... from Denmark’s major trading partners, a firming labour market and accommodative monetary policy. We retain our GDP forecasts at 1.7% for this year and 2% in 2016. Inflation is just 0.7% at present but will ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts - Nigeria
8/3/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... domestic production of the items that are now more difficult to import. However, they may cause shortages and place further upward pressure on inflation (9.2% in June). Moreover, the pressure on the external and fiscal ...  |  read more...
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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 - 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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