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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.

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422 Reports from Oxford Economics

   
  • Country Economic Forecasts > Malawi

    ... power outages, which severely affected the manufacturing and wholesale and retail sectors. We expect economic growth to slow down to 3.7% in 2018, as ongoing power issues and lower maize production outweigh the projected higher ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Hong Kong China

    ... has weakened in recent weeks. In addition, the resilience in exports will start to fade as demand from China cools, while the escalating US-China trade conflict will weigh on exports more notably in the coming ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > China

    ... underscoring the downward pressures in the rest of the year. Indeed, we still expect growth to be challenged in the coming months by the slow credit growth and the trade conflict with the US. That ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Morocco

    ... as robust growth in the manufacturing and tourism sectors. However, household consumption is expected to be weighed down by rising import costs as a result of higher global oil prices. Medium-term economic growth prospects remain ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Sudan

    ... living and are expected to dampen private consumption, while a dip in agricultural output and widespread fuel shortages weigh further on the short-term growth outlook. We forecast GDP growth to slow to 2.8% this year, ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Switzerland

    ... growth in the first two quarters of 2018. Due to these upward revisions, we have increased our forecast for 2018 and now expect real GDP growth of 3% (up from 2.3% previously). However, we still ... Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Motor Vehicles

    ... year's 5.3% expansion, the sector’s output is expected to rise by 4.6% in 2018, and 3.5% in 2019. Once again, growth is being driven by the emerging markets – especially China, India, and Eastern Europe. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Uzbekistan

    ... broadly offsets the agricultural slowdown. Inflation is now slowing from the January peak of 20.5%, as the UZS stabilises at its new market level. But inflation has been cushioned by subsidies to households and SOEs, ... Read More

  • By Country Industry Forecasts > Utilities

    ... we have downgraded our global forecast for 2019, driven by a weaker outlook in China. Ongoing trade tensions between the US and China remain the main risk to our outlook, significantly impacting sectoral output in ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Romania

    ... once again how heavily the economy is relying on consumer spending, up 5.1% on the year, for growth, while fixed investment is struggling to increase. Meanwhile, inventories boosted year-on-year GDP growth by 5.7 percentage points ... Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Electronics And Computers

    ... remains supportive, buoyed by strength in US investment and world trade, although both factors are likely to fade by the end of the year––meaning global production is forecast to slow to 4.2% growth in 2019. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > South Africa

    ... to our growth forecasts. We have revised our GDP growth forecast for 2018 downwards to only 0.7% (from 1.1%) and slightly higher to 2.1% (from 1.9%) for 2019 given the lower base. This compares to ... Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Intermediate Goods

    ... remain unchanged from its 2017 value at 3.7%. Driven by strong demand in emerging markets, we expect output growth to remain steady––although US tariffs and Chinese fiscal tightening both pose a risk to this sector. Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Construction

    ... than expected growth in Chinese construction. Robust activity in the US construction sector will continue to support growth globally. Over the next five years, we expect global growth to remain stable in the 3% range. Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Consumer Goods

    ... are beginning to see rising real wages, headwinds are mounting from trade tensions, rising inflationary pressures due to rising oil prices, and falling sentiment indicators. We expect global growth to fall to 3% in 2019. Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Basic Metals

    ... 3.2% to 4.2%. Whilst we have downgraded the outlook across a number of economies as Section 232 tariffs and escalating trade tensions weigh on growth, this is more than offset by stronger-than-expected production in China. Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Chemicals

    ... to cap growth in the global chemicals sector––with an escalation in protectionism still the largest risk to our projections. Overall, we estimate global growth of 3.3% in 2018 and 2019, following last year’s 3.8% expansion. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Belgium

    ... surveys point to a similar – albeit slightly weaker – expansion in Q3, which we expect to be 0.3%. Our forecasts for GDP growth this year and next remain unchanged at 1.4% and 1.5% respectively. Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Industry Classification

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  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Engineering And Metal Goods

    ... Among developed economies the fastest gains will be seen in the US, which continues to benefit from strong business investment, led by renewed spending in extraction and transportation, and supported by the reduction in corporate ... Read More

  • Global Industry Forecasts > Quarterly Industry Forecasts > Aerospace

    ... output for 2018. In contrast, output growth in the Eurozone and China is expected to perform strongly this year. Overall, we expect global output to increase by 1.6% in 2018 following last year's 2.3% expansion. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Chile

    ... our above-consensus forecast of 4.1% GDP growth for 2018. Both consumption and investment are set to remain strong, with the former up 4.1% and the latter surging 5.7%, while net trade may drag on aggregate ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Mexico

    ... out their bilateral issues. Meanwhile, Mexico’s GDP growth in H1 2018 was revised down and early H2 indicators have been underwhelming, with mounting external headwinds now bringing exchange rate pressures despite fading domestic uncertainty. Taking ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Croatia

    ... estimated 1.5% to 2.6%. As a result, we have raised our forecast for 2018 as a whole to 2.8% from 2.5% last month; the tourism and consumer sectors are the key factors behind this expansion. Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Denmark

    ... nudged down by 0.1 percentage points to 0.3% and 0.2%, respectively. This implies a very modest start to the year and makes last month’s downwardly-revised growth forecast of 1.5% for 2018 look slightly optimistic. However, ... Read More

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