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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Commodity Price Forecasts
1/26/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... more, but the wider complex has been far more resilient and bulk commodities have started to regain lost ground, reflecting producer cutbacks and a belief that the downside for these markets is increasingly limited by cutbacks in ...  |  read more...
USD 285
Country Economic Forecasts - Lebanon
1/25/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... December's PMI of 47.9 implies a continuing decline in private sector activity. The coincident indicator was up just 0.9% in the first nine months of 2015. Trade, construction and investment remain in negative territory, but ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Russia
1/25/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... almost US$20pb lower than that assumed in our December forecast; as a result, we expect an even deeper recession, with the economy now shrinking by 2.4% this year (previously -1%), followed by very modest growth ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Ghana
1/25/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the industrial sector slowing, with mining faring particularly poorly. The services sector also rose at a slower pace. We estimate GDP growth at 3.7% in 2015, but with a pick-up to 4.4% this year as ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Spain
1/25/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... growth of 3.2%, the fastest pace since 2007. Thus, Spain continues to grow well above the Eurozone average and is the fastest growing of the world's major developed economies. Growth in the short term continues ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Ukraine
1/25/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... from 14.6%. The economy will return to weak growth of about 2% in 2016, held down by severe structural constraints and low prices for key exports, before a moderate pick-up to 3% growth in 2017-18. ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Weekly Economic Briefings - Uk Weekly Economic Briefing
1/22/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... his more hawkish statements of 2015. Investors have taken the implications – a prolonging of the period of ultra-low interest rates – to heart, with expectations for a rate hike pushed back to the end ...  |  read more...
USD 90
Weekly Economic Briefings - Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing - Eurozone
1/22/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... now looks more likely to average zero in 2016 rather than the 1% the ECB forecast in December and the persistence of low inflation for another year looks too strong for the ECB to ignore. ...  |  read more...
USD 90
Weekly Economic Briefings - Us Weekly Economic Briefing
1/22/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... strong but there are risks of a self-fulfilling downturn if the US consumer goes from “opportunistic saver” to “fearful spender”. Financial market volatility has the potential to cut world real GDP by up to 0.9%.  |  read more...
USD 90
Country Economic Forecasts - Denmark
1/21/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... Net exports are likely to be a drag on growth this year too. We expect GDP growth of 1.9% in 2016. Consumer spending is likely to stay resilient, supported by a buoyant labour market. Inflation ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Indonesia
1/21/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... and inflation falling to just 3.4% in December. Looking forward, BI will hope to be able to ease policy further; however, it will continue to prioritize financial markets stability. As a result, the path of ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Canada
1/21/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... GDP growth forecast to 1.7% from 1.8% in December. Private consumption will support growth, helped by low inflation. The new government will likely implement a fiscal stimulus, possibly on a greater scale than proposed during ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Weekly Economic Briefings - Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing
1/21/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the CNY against the dollar in themselves only have a minor impact on global growth and inflation and China's output does not benefit significantly. But if there is a persistent response from other currencies, the ...  |  read more...
USD 90
Country Economic Forecasts - Thailand
1/21/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... and the very high level of uncertainty about the world economy, as reflecting in plunging oil prices and global markets so far this year. The renewed slide in global oil prices will keep inflation very ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Ireland
1/20/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... exports boosted by a weak Euro and buoyant demand in Ireland’s main export markets. For 2016 we see GDP growth of 4.8%. Vulnerabilities include persistently high unemployment, overly indebted households and the possibility of “Brexit”.  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Czech Republic
1/20/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... of the 2007-2013 EU funding cycle. Growth is forecast to ease back to 2.4% in 2016 as investment growth moderates. But household spending will remain solid at 2.7%, benefitting from low inflation, decent real wage ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Kuwait
1/20/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... costs (because of lower oil prices) and savings from one-off spending. By contrast, capital spending was still up 11%. Indeed, the government has remained committed to key infrastructural projects encapsulated in the development plan despite ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Portugal
1/20/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... and liabilities were sold to Santander, but state guarantees might end up adding another €3 billion to the public debt according to the European Commission. The headline deficit-to-GDP ratio will also be affected – latest ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Sweden
1/20/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... our forecast for 2015 growth to 3.4% from 3.3%. Low interest rates have supported consumption and they have boosted output levels, with industrial production posting year-on-year growth of over 6% in November. CPI inflation fell ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Turkey
1/20/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... 3.5% in 2015. With regard to domestic policy, we think the government will be more focused on building political support to pass the constitutional amendments that would strengthen the presidency than implementing much-needed structural reforms. ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Chile
1/19/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... prices dampening business confidence and deterring private investment. Meanwhile, lower revenues from the mining sector will necessitate a more restrictive fiscal policy, just as stubbornly high inflation last year has led to a less accommodative ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Austria
1/19/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... and the pick-up in foreign and domestic demand. But growth will be modest compared with the long-term average. We estimate that GDP grew by 0.8% in 2015 and our forecast shows 1.2% expansion in 2016, ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Pakistan
1/19/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... demand and the balance of payments. The IMF programme also remains on track, with the latest tranche (of some US$500m) released after approval of a package of tax measures needed to meet the agreed fiscal ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Singapore
1/19/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... number of challenges facing the economy. Non-oil domestic exports, and hence the manufacturing sector is expected to remain in the doldrums. And business investment remains under downward pressure. We have trimmed pour GDP forecast for ...  |  read more...
USD 185
Country Economic Forecasts - Colombia
1/19/2016 | published by: Oxford Economics
... cycle. This is significantly below the average growth rate of 4.8% achieved in 2010-2014. Yet, Colombia remains a bright spot in the region, particularly when compared to the very deep recessions in Brazil and Venezuela.  |  read more...
USD 185
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