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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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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. 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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363 Reports from Oxford Economics

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Czech Republic

    ... financial crisis. The likely winner, the junior coalition partner ANO, will add to the eurosceptic voices of neighbouring CEE economies but is unlikely to significantly alter the economic course of the country. If anything, the ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Ghana

    ... in oil production was again the main growth driver, but a surprise rebound in services activity also boosted output. But we expect growth to slow in H2 as oil base effects come into play. The ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Hong Kong China

    ... global demand, Hong Kong's export trends will likely decelerate further from Q4 onwards as we expect softer demand growth in Mainland China. Meanwhile, private consumption is expected to hold up in H2 on improved consumer ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Latvia

    ... 4.8% in Q2 and kept inflation above 3% into Q3. Growth is now forecast at 3.8% this year, returning to its medium-term trend earlier than forecast, but supply-side constraints and inflation pressures will keep the ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Spain

    ... anticipate a prolonged period of political noise which is likely to take a toll on economic activity. But for now, we are keeping our GDP forecasts unchanged at 3.1% for this year and 2.7% for ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... monetary policy. In his speech at the 19th Party Congress, President Xi outlined his vision for China through to 2050. While committing to cement China's existing system, he identified key long-term challenges and policy implications, ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Eurozone

    ... evidence that the strong euro is yet affecting the industrial and the external sectors, but it will cause inflation to fall significantly in early-2018. We have made a small tweak to our monetary policy call ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Greece

    ... the first half of 2017 seems likely to have been sustained into Q3. However, the recovery remains fragile and we continue to expect GDP growth to be weaker than the projections from the official sector. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Finland

    ... is driven in particular by stellar investment growth, solid domestic demand and the upswing in international trade. However, structural headwinds still persist, and GDP growth is expected to return to 1.5% a year in 2020-22. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Mauritius

    ... general improvement in the global economy should lift activity over the next year. We still forecast GDP growth of 3.8% this year and 3.9% in 2019, up from 3.7% in 2016, before a modest slowdown ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Australia

    ... with households still struggling against weak wage growth. In contrast, businesses continue to report buoyant conditions, with profitability improving and capacity utilization rising. We still expect growth to moderate as the housing downturn weighs on ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Taiwan

    ... up our GDP growth forecast for 2017 to 2.5% from 2.3%. The increase would have been even more were it not for evidence of destocking in trade and survey data. As orders for the delayed ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Bulgaria

    ... in 2016 than initially reported (declining 5.1% as opposed to the initially-published 0.7%), showed a resurgence in H1 2017, rising by over 2% in both Q1 and Q2. We expect this momentum to continue in ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Canada

    ... a string of eight consecutive months of expansion. We expect that real GDP will advance at a pace of around 2.0% annualized in Q3 and Q4. The economy is forecast to grow by 3% in ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Switzerland

    ... in September, while the positive trend in the labour market strengthened further. We expect that annual GDP growth will pick up from around 0.4% in H1 2017 to 1.5% in H2 and average a robust ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Germany

    ... 2.1% GDP growth in 2017. This would be the fastest pace of expansion since 2011. It leaves politicians with plenty of time to complete complicated coalition talks that are unlikely to be concluded before Christmas. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Thailand

    ... since early 2016, while the pick-up in tourism gained further momentum. Indeed, there are some signs that the improvement in exports is now starting to lift business investment and manufacturing output, notwithstanding the appreciation of ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Kazakhstan

    ... credit as banks are financially strengthened. But growth will be limited to around 3% in 2018 as recovery remains reliant on oil and gas prices and volumes, before picking up towards 4% by 2020 as ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > South Africa

    ... economy remained constrained in Q3, but probably recorded positive growth. However, due to ongoing political and policy uncertainties, we maintain our view that growth will continue to underperform in the short to medium term. As ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Sweden

    ... with our GDP indicator pointing to q/q GDP growth of 1-1.2% in Q3. But significant downward revisions to the national accounts mean our GDP forecast for 2017 has been lowered to 3% from 3.5% previously. Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Us Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... of the September FOMC meeting signal the Fed is poised to raise interest rates in December, even though policy makers are increasingly uncertain about the underlying cause for soft inflation. While relatively modest, wage growth ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Uk Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... against his fiscal rules in next month’s Budget. If we also factor in the failure to enact some of the policy measures from March’s Budget and the promise to relax the public sector pay cap, ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > India

    ... and do not look for any more rate cuts from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Though inflationary pressures remain muted for now, we expect consumer inflation to rise back above 5% in H1 2018. Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing > Eurozone

    ... the recent survey data and suggests that the pace of industrial expansion has broadly been maintained throughout Q3. If anything, the manufacturing surveys for September and the latest Sentix index for October suggest industrial momentum ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Argentina

    ... 2.8% in Q2. And, importantly, growth has become more broad-based, rather than only concentrated in construction and agriculture, with evidence that local currency financial intermediation is rising rapidly in real terms, despite high nominal interest ... Read More

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