Oxford Economics

Established in 1981, Oxford Economics originated as a collaborative venture with Oxford University's business collective, aiming to extend economic forecasting and modeling services to United Kingdom-based companies and financial institutions with international aspirations. Evolving over time, the firm has achieved global renown, ascending to a position of prominence as one of the leading independent advisory entities on a worldwide scale.

The firm's extensive repertoire encompasses an array of reports, forecasts, and analytical tools spanning across more than 3,000 cities, 200 countries, and 100 industrial sectors. At its core, Oxford Economics leverages sophisticated global economic and industry models, coupled with advanced analytical tools, enabling it to anticipate external market trends while offering precise evaluations of their economic, social, and business implications.

Integral to the firm's comprehensive approach are an array of research techniques and adept leadership capabilities, including:

  • Econometric modeling
  • Scenario framing
  • Economic analysis encompassing market surveys, case studies, expert panels, and web analytics

Oxford Economics boasts a substantial global clientele, encompassing over 850 international organizations, positioning itself as a pivotal advisory partner to corporate, financial, and governmental decision-makers and thought leaders. With an accomplished in-house team of experts complemented by a vast contributor network consisting of more than 500 economists, analysts, and journalists worldwide, the firm consistently delivers robust insights.

Headquartered in Oxford, England, the firm's reach extends through regional centers in London, New York, and Singapore, complemented by a network of offices in Belfast, Chicago, Dubai, Miami, Paris, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.

Notably, MarketResearch.com showcases Oxford Economics' economic research accomplishments on a global scale. Visitors to the platform can explore a gamut of offerings, including weekly economic briefings, monthly industry briefings, country economic forecasts, commodity price projections, and more, spanning an extensive array of countries and industries. The wealth of expertise and global insight underpinning Oxford Economics ensures that each economics report is meticulously crafted, offering comprehensive analytical depth.

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1,243 Reports from Oxford Economics

   
  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Greece

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Greece We notched our 2024 forecast up to 1.7%, given better-than-expected data available in Q1. We expect Greece will keep outperforming the eurozone in the coming years, thanks to gains in domestic demand and support from Next Generation EU funds. ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Namibia

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Namibia Base effects in mining production and mineral exploration as well as the adverse effects of drought conditions will moderate economic growth this year. We expect real GDP growth to slow to 3.2% in 2024 from 4.2% in 2023. Investments in the nascent oil ... Read More

  • Macro - Weekly Briefings - Eurozone

    Macro - Weekly Briefings - Eurozone At this week's main event yesterday, the ECB made it quite clear that absent any major surprise on the disinflationary process and in its upcoming forecast update, rates will be cut at the next policy meeting in June. What happens after June, is particularly u ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Ghana

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Ghana Ghana’s real GDP growth rate accelerated to 3.8% y/y in the last quarter of 2023, culminating in aggregate growth of 2.9% for the year. High-frequency indicators suggest that economic conditions continued to improve in the first quarter of this year. Inf ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Nigeria

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Nigeria On March 28, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) raised the policy rate to 24.75% from 22.75%. Interest rates were lifted by a cumulative 600 bps in Q1, the most aggressive quarterly increase on record. These policy ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Mexico

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Mexico Our 2024 GDP growth forecast for Mexico is unchanged at 1.9%, below the consensus expectation of 2.4%, as activity data for January confirmed a weak start to this year. However, we've tweaked our 2025 GDP forecast to a 2% expansion, slightly above t ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Spain

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Spain High frequency data continue to suggest momentum was strong in Q1, leading to a revision to our 2024 GDP growth forecast by 0.1ppt to 2.2%. Despite facing similar headwinds to the rest of the continent, the Spanish economy is still one of the best performer ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Peru

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Peru We have increased our 2024 GDP growth forecast for Peru by 0.3ppts to 2.5% due to a mix of positive factors. Primary activities recovered faster than expected in Q1 due to weaker effects from El Niño. In addition, loose financial conditions and decli ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - South Africa

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - South Africa We have kept our below-consensus forecast for 2024 GDP growth unchanged at 0.7%. South Africa’s manufacturing PMI fell below the neutral 50 level in March, and although the PMI subcomponents were a mixed bag, the overall picture still points to di ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Cameroon

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Cameroon Following a robust performance in H1 2023, economic growth slowed down in Q3. The largest expansions in business activity were observed in the ICT, financial services, construction and manufacturing sectors. Out of all 19 sectors that make up the Came ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Seychelles

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Seychelles Real GDP growth for 2023 came in weaker than expected with the economy of Seychelles contracting by 2.5% last year. Tourist arrivals are inching up but still fall short of pre-pandemic levels. We forecast real GDP growth of 4.7% in 2024 on the back ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Portugal

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Portugal We've raised our 2024 GDP growth forecast for Portugal to 1.6% from 1.5% and kept our 2025 GDP forecast unchanged at 1.9%. Portugal's current account surged in January, partly driven by tourism. While the tourism boost had more to do with seasona ... Read More

  • Macro - Weekly Briefings - United Kingdom

    Macro - Weekly Briefings - United Kingdom Cheaper mortgage deals have driven a strong recovery in UK housing demand in recent months. Unlike the short-lived upturn in activity of early-2023, this recovery looks more durable. But much will depend on whether the Monetary Policy Committee fulfils marke ... Read More

  • Macro - Weekly Briefings - US

    Macro - Weekly Briefings - US Do not bet against the US labor market. Its strength gives the Federal Reserve cover to wait longer than we thought before cutting interest rates. The Fed has a bias toward cutting interest rates this year but the strength of the labor market and recent gains in inflati ... Read More

  • Macro - Weekly Briefings - Emerging Markets

    Macro - Weekly Briefings - Emerging Markets We expect the orthodox policy course in Turkey to be upheld following the defeat of President Erdogan's AKP in the local election on March 31. In the post-election speech, the president appeared to take the sharper-than-expected setback in stride, whil ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Saudi Arabia

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Saudi Arabia The General Authority for Statistics in Saudi Arabia adopted a chain-linking methodology in its latest publication of data, causing large revisions to GDP data and its components. These data are now reflected in our Global Economic Model (GEM), but o ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Asia Pacific - Japan

    Analysis by Region - Asia Pacific - Japan We've cut our 2024 GDP growth forecast for Japan by 0.1ppt to 0.5% to reflect weak momentum from Q4 2023 and recent headwinds from the auto production cuts. We think growth momentum will improve gradually ahead, but prolonged sluggishness in consumption ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Philippines

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Philippines We expect the Philippines' economy to slow to 5.2% this year from 5.6% in 2023. The external sector will hold the key to the outlook, given the direct and indirect effect to growth. Despite the excitement around AI chips, the Philippines is unl ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Bahrain

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Bahrain We've revised up our 2024 growth forecast for Bahrain from 1.8% to 1.9% and expect a slight easing to 1.8% in 2025. Last year, GDP growth lost momentum, falling to 1.7% amid challenging global economic circumstances. ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Iraq

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Iraq Our 2024 GDP growth forecast for 2024 is 3.6%, following a 4.2% expansion in 2023. The downgrade mainly reflects the extension of oil production cuts this year. Iraq has extended its pledge to cut its oil production by 220,000 barrels per day through Q2 2024 ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Iran

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Iran Despite the Gaza war affecting economic activity in the region and concerns over its support for Hamas, Iran remains a bright spot due to its exemption from OPEC+ restrictions, leading to a significant increase in crude oil output in 2023. However, we ant ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Indonesia

    Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Indonesia We maintain our forecast for Indonesia's economic growth to slow to 4.5% this year from 5% in 2023. The external sector will be a particular drag to the economy as global economic activity slows down. We expect China's growth will moderate to ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Lithuania

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Lithuania We've cut our 2024 GDP growth forecast for Lithuania by 0.4ppts to 2.1%. We don't think exports will recover or rate cuts will commence until Q2. However, inflation will likely continue to moderate, which will boost household expenditures. ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Kuwait

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Kuwait Our real GDP growth forecast for Kuwait is maintained at 2.1% in 2024. Kuwait is still heavily dependent on oil, which accounts for at least 70% of revenues and exports. The Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) is considering increasing its oil production ca ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Lebanon

    Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Lebanon We've more than halved our 2024 GDP growth forecast to 0.8% from 2.2% to reflect the toll on the Lebanese economy from the ongoing fighting on the border with Israel. In our baseline, we assume Lebanon will avert a full-scale war, containing the econo ... Read More

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