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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.

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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336 Reports from Oxford Economics

   
  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Emerging Markets Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... in the US dollar since mid-April, have put EM assets under pressure. In addition, the continued rise in oil prices and a moderation in global growth in Q1 have increased the risks of stagflation. While ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Thailand

    ... At the same time, the evidence on the domestic economy remains rather patchy, while the expected deceleration in Chinese import demand growth will dampen the pace of Thai exports relative to last year’s performance. In ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Vietnam

    ... is expected to moderate, albeit remain healthy, domestic demand is forecast to strengthen in 2018, driven by solid FDI inflows, buoyant consumer spending and expansionary monetary policy conditions. We look for GDP to grow 6.6% ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Belgium

    ... to transitory factors as the economy remains fundamentally sound. But given recent data, we do not expect activity to rebound strongly in Q2. Moreover, the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal clouds the outlook ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Papua New Guinea

    ... foreign exchange shortages continued to weigh on activity. Despite the boost from the upcoming APEC meetings, we project GDP growth of just 1.9% in 2018, as the recent earthquakes will limit hydrocarbon exports this year. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > South Africa

    ... international oil prices pushing fuel costs to all-time highs. We have revised our GDP growth forecast for 2018 marginally lower from 2.0% to 1.9%. This follows a 1.3% expansion in 2017. Next year’s GDP growth ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Ireland

    ... services and manufacturing PMIs, as activity rebounded, and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% for the first time since April 2008. We continue to expect GDP to grow by just under 5% this year. The ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Italy

    ... expanded by 0.3% in Q1, only marginally slower than in the eurozone. Although we expect a slightly faster pace in Q2, we now think that the economy will expand by 1.4% this year, down from ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Ethiopia

    ... in services activity. GDP growth is projected to ease slightly to 8.1% this year. Public investment will remain the primary driver behind Ethiopia’s strong economic growth. The appointment of Abiy Ahmed as prime minister will ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Philippines

    ... in inflation dampened consumer sentiment and spending in Q1, and in May triggered a 25bp hike in interest rates. Looking forward, although price pressures are likely to remain elevated, expectations should be contained, so we ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Sierra Leone

    ... is still fragile and vulnerable to external shocks due reliance on iron ore prices and significant imbalances. The elections held earlier this year may have made spending cuts more difficult, posing further challenges to an ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Australia

    ... they remain in positive territory, and growth in retail turnover remains subdued. In contrast, the business confidence and activity surveys are still buoyant, suggesting the recovery in non-mining investment is continuing, and the merchandise trade ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Eurozone Weekly Economic Briefing > Eurozone

    ... stabilisation in economic conditions in Q2, and we think the economy will regain some of its lost momentum. But external threats are rising, and the eurozone is set to encounter a more difficult path going ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Us Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... to partially offset the benefits to the economy from the fiscal stimulus. All three inflation reports published came in below expectations this week. However, the softer inflation readings do not alter our forecast for a ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Uk Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... Q1. But there was little shift in the Committee’s view of the underlying economic outlook. The MPC’s inaction is welcome from the economy’s perspective and in tune with the sluggishness of official output data in ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Spain

    ... economies in the Eurozone and will enjoy another strong year. But the mounting headwinds mean that a gradual slowdown in activity will continue; we have lowered our 2018 GDP growth forecast a notch to 2.8% ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Japan

    ... to grow 1.4% in 2018. And growth will slow to 0.9% in 2019, as the impacts of the expected slowdown in construction and the planned consumption tax hike feed through. Moreover, there are downside risks ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Eurozone

    ... household spending and exports were the main causes of the slowdown. We expect some of this weakness to be transitory, so we maintain our 2018 GDP growth projection of 2.2%, but we are conscious of ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Lebanon

    ... from 2.7% given a soft start to the year and headwinds from higher oil prices. Barring renewed political instability, growth should recover further to 3% in 2019 and then about 3.5% a year in 2020-21. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Azerbaijan

    ... standstill in oil and gas demand. Renewed growth of energy extraction and exploration should ensure full-year growth of around 2% in 2018, rising to a little over 3% a year in 2019-21 as revived oil/gas ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Hungary

    ... expected to remain robust this year, despite some slight moderation in wage growth in February. The slowdown that took place in the Eurozone in Q1 this year was noticeable in Hungary’s March industrial production data, ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Serbia

    ... as investment revives (helped by continued strong FDI inflows) and public sector pay and pension rises fuel consumption. Linked reforms to shrink the public sector and boost private enterprise have retained IMF support and may ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Bulgaria

    ... soft, but industrial production bounced back firmly in March following two consecutive months of decline. Data on underlying fundamentals remain encouraging, though, as the March unemployment rate declined 0.2pp to 5.5%, an historic low. Overall, ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts - Russia

    ... growth. The rouble (RUB) still trades close to 10% lower than prior to the announcement, which has led the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) to pause its easing cycle. But compared to the situation at ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts - South Korea

    ... spending. We expect external demand will continue to be driven by demand for semiconductors, but overall export momentum could soften amid a normalisation in the global electronics cycle and slower demand from China, as reflected ... Read More

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