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Weekly Economic Briefings > Uk Weekly Economic Briefing
4/2/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... households are repeating the mistakes of the last decade by running up unsustainable levels of debt. Such an improvement in household finances appears to have come at a fortuitous time for the Government with the ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings > Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing > Eurozone
4/2/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... example, expanded at its fastest pace in 15 years. Overall, we look for euro area GDP to rise by 0.7% q/q in Q1 which would be the fastest growth in four years. Welcome as this ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Bosnia And Herzegovina
4/1/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... October’s general election. But our forecast remains subdued, with growth seen at 2.5% this year and likely to remain below 4% over the forecast period. These rates are modest in light of recessions in 2009 ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Croatia
3/31/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... decline in domestic demand. But recovery is forecast to be gradual, with GDP growth seen at just 0.5% this year and 1.7% in 2016 as slow wage recovery and high household debt restrain consumer spending ...  |  read more...
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Commodity Price Forecasts
3/31/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... early March, by focus on ample oil inventories in the US. More recently, though, prices have rallied on renewed supply concerns following the conflict in Yemen, which has raised concerns about potential disruption to oil ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Georgia
3/31/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... will persist through 2015. So although 2014’s full-year growth of 4.8% maintained the cyclical upswing from a low point in 2013, expansion is now forecast to slow to just 2.2% in 2015 before picking up ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Macau China
3/30/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... tightened up the visa process. Visitor numbers continued to grow robustly but spending per tourist dropped very sharply. Lower gaming revenues relative to early 2014 will constrain GDP growth this year to 0.9%. Given the ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Dominican Republic
3/30/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... was boosted by strong performances from the mining, construction and tourism sectors, as well as base effects. Financial stability has also improved, with the government taking advantage of a credit rating upgrade to issue some ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > East Timor
3/30/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in 2015-18, with oil output assumed to be broadly stable but the rest of the economy growing steadily as the government looks to improve the country’s infrastructure and encourage the private sector, financed by spending ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Argentina
3/30/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... from rising government spending and plunging imports. We now forecast no growth in the economy this year.  Current activity trends still point to struggling exports and sluggish industrial production, while wage growth and retail sales ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Intermediate Goods
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... that supplies the weather affected construction sector has held up well, growing 7.3% on the year. Meanwhile, Mexican intermediate goods continued to grow robustly in January. Despite a slowdown in domestic demand, surging US consumer ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Basic Metals
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... month that steel exports did not enjoy export rebates following their abolition in December. Nonetheless the outlook for steel production, particularly for smaller less efficient mills, appears dim, with the government pledging to make it ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Uzbekistan
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... 8.1% in 2014, broadly unchanged from 8% in 2013. But there are concerns about the accuracy of the data, as we would have expected an adverse impact from the downturn in Russia, its largest trading ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Motor Vehicles
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... light vehicle sales up 5.3% year-on-year in February, manufacturers remain optimistic about prospects for the rest of 2015. Although the Fed is edging closer to its first rate hike, solid employment gains and improving consumer ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Consumer Goods
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... in the year but downside risks to our forecast for 3%-plus growth in 2015 are increasing, especially as the US dollar’s latest surge seems to be boosting consumer goods’ imports more than had been expected. ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Aerospace
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... with the drop in global crude oil prices, to US$1.55 per gallon now from just over US$1.80 in mid-February, thereby boosting airlines’ profitability. Secondly, aerospace firms with significant defence exposure increasingly believe they will benefit ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings > Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... the next few years. More modest growth is now the right policy choice. The recent deceleration in monetary growth should not therefore be seen as a trigger for radical central bank (PBoC) action. In our ...  |  read more...
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Weekly Economic Briefings > Us Weekly Economic Briefing
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... a solid pace this year as momentum builds both at home and abroad. Inflationary pressures will rise in the latter half of the year as growth accelerates and the effect of lower oil prices fades.  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Chemicals
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... production. At the same time, French output growth was flat, following three months of above-1% rises, while production in Italy dropped back. In the UK, a rebound in output was driven by healthy increases in ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > North Korea
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... lift GDP growth to around 2% a year in 2015-18, a little higher than the 1.5% estimated for 2014. And Kim Jong-un’s planned visit to Russia in May signals a move to broaden alliances and ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Construction
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... were most sharp in the Northeast and Midwest regions where the winter weather has impacted most strongly, but the south also contracted by 2.5% annualised. Put-in-place construction figures show non-residential construction expenditures falling in January ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Electronics And Computers
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... by 0.4% on the month in February. Moreover, the monthly growth estimates in December and January were pared back considerably (to 0.3% and 0.4% growth respectively, from 0.7% and 1%). As a result, US production ...  |  read more...
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Monthly Industry Briefings > Monthly Industry Forecasts > Engineering And Metal Goods
3/27/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... to Germany in coming months. But other Eurozone producers largely sell within Europe, so the exchange rate impact will be less important, and concerns about Greece’s future in the Eurozone as well as the crisis ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Macedonia Fyr
3/26/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... sharply, before picking up again slightly to an average of 3.7% a year in 2016-18. And with imports starting to outpace exports from 2016, investment and consumption will take over as the main drivers. State-led ...  |  read more...
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Country Economic Forecasts > Hungary
3/25/2015 | published by: Oxford Economics
... further strong reading for retail sales in January reaffirms our positive outlook for consumer spending, with the slide into deflation since last year boosting households’ purchasing power. Overall however, we have nudged down our 2015 ...  |  read more...
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