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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.

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  • Econometric modeling
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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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834 Reports from Oxford Economics

   
  • Country Economic Forecasts > Japan

    ...policy will remain supportive, with government infrastructure spending set to rise and cash handouts and solid employment to underpin a modest recovery in household consumption. We forecast GDP to grow by 1.2% in 2017, and ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > South Korea

    ...that supported growth throughout last year is showing signs of fading amid a less buoyant housing market and a diminishing appetite for credit. And in the absence of construction investment, there is little impetus from ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Lebanon

    ...some modest successes there is as yet no agreement on a new budget, and more immediately no agreement on an election law that is required to ensure new parliamentary elections go ahead this May. On ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Philippines

    ...drive the expansion, albeit not quite as dynamic as in 2016. The slowing of investment growth, after the surge of the past two years, should be offset by a much smaller drag from net external ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Turkey

    ...confidence is likely to remain subdued ahead of a referendum on the constitution now scheduled to take place in April. Tightening measures by the central bank have managed to support the lira (TRY), but the ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > United Arab Emirates

    ...in oil production in accordance with the OPEC deal to curb output will dampen oil sector growth, while the non-oil sector – although improving – will be held back by key challenges of fiscal consolidation, ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Germany

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  • Country Economic Forecasts > South Africa

    ...halt in Q3, with an annualised increase of just 0.2%, while Q4 seems to have been nearly as dismal, with both the mining and manufacturing sectors contracting. However, growth is expected to pick up modestly ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Indonesia

    ...not expect Indonesia's economic outlook to change much in 2017 and forecast growth to average 5.1% (up from 5% in 2016), supported by a modest improvement in global demand and some pick-up in private consumption ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Italy

    ...– which would result in a weak government. However, the economy remains relatively resilient (certainly when compared to a few years ago) and, after a reasonable H2 2016, we have raised our 2017 growth forecast ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Mexico

    ...year as a whole. As a result of the carryover effect, we now forecast GDP growth for 2017 at 1.9%, up from 1.8% previously, while that for 2018 remains unchanged at 2.0%. With higher inflation ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Hong Kong China

    ...2016, up from 1.5% previously. But the outlook for 2017 is still subject to a high degree of uncertainty. This mostly relates to external headwinds, in particular developments on the Mainland and the US. But ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Finland

    ...recording meaningful y/y gains in the first three quarters of the year, while a largely flat Q4 will push the growth rate to 1.4% for the year overall – below the 1.7% achieved in the ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Uk Weekly Economic Briefing

    ...in December and net trade appears to have a made a positive contribution to output in Q4. Meanwhile, the latest evidence on consumer spending has been less upbeat. With a likely consumer slowdown in prospect, ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Canada

    ...as a whole. Looking ahead, we expect that strengthening non-energy activity, gradually rebounding energy sector output and an expansionary fiscal policy will underpin a modest acceleration in real GDP growth to 1.8% in 2017. That ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Iceland

    ...forecast for this year. Growth is set to slow to 2.5-3% in 2018-19, but the current revival brings some inflationary risks. Upward pressure on the ISK, with the current account in surplus and the last ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Iran Islamic Rep

    ...by a forecast 4.3% pa over the forecast horizon – the same as estimated for 2016/17. Growth is being driven by increased oil production (following the lifting of most international sanctions) as well as increases ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Singapore

    ...service sector is forecast, with fiscal spending also set to remain supportive, the continuing correction in the housing market will dampen growth. Increased trade protectionism is also a risk to the outlook. We have nudged ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing > Eurozone

    ...that its board was split over the findings of the latest Article IV survey which concluded that Greek debt was unsustainably high. Having spiked above 10% on Thursday, Greek 2-year bonds have since recovered amid ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > France

    ...2017, especially in manufacturing. And while household spending will come under pressure from higher inflation, the recovery in employment will help offset some of this pressure. We forecast GDP growth will rise to 1.4% this ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Kenya

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  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Us Weekly Economic Briefing

    ...more difficult and time consuming than initially envisioned. Trump's protectionist stance risks hurting the US economy. History shows us that Fed rate hikes do not generally cause severe disruption to the US or global economy. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Switzerland

    ...with the robust sentiment prevailing among many Swiss companies and the various signs of solid global growth. However, due to the weaker end to 2016, we have slightly lowered our forecast for 2017, from 1.8% ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing

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  • Country Economic Forecasts > Pakistan

    ...official projection of 5.7%. More consistent energy supply, continued manufacturing growth, an improved security situation and a recovery in agriculture (after a poor cotton harvest last year) are the main factors underpinning the expected acceleration ... Read More

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