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It is plausible that recent low volatility is the new and persistent norm, with economic surprises muted and downside risks in decline.

As a...

Lost amid Europe’s political drama and recurrent euro doomsday scenarios is the fact that the Eurozone economy has a business cycle that is alive...

Economy would be 2% smaller than otherwise expected by end of 2020 - equivalent to a £16bn hit to GDP

With Theresa May’s UK Government struggling...

Businesses remain fearful over risks of major economic upsets that could trigger a global slowdown - despite the present upswing in world growth,...

Equity earnings cycles to power ahead – especially in underperforming Europe and EM markets

The world economy is evidently in the midst of what...

Ten years on from the global financial crisis, and eyes are peeled for triggers for a new world economic upheaval.  And chief among the prime...

How closely linked is your disposable income to your overall wellness? Does sleep impact your quality of life? What about spending time outdoors...

What will the highways of the world look like in five or 10 years’ time and what will this mean for the future of the automotive industry, not to...

Global Infrastructure Outlook to 2040

Posted by Oxford Economics on Jul 25, 2017 10:23:05 AM

 

A well-functioning, modern infrastructure is central to economic development and to quality of life. From the roads and railways needed to...

The economic impact of the US elections

With the US presidential elections less than two months away, our economists have taken a close look the...

New: Exchange rate forecasts

Posted by Oxford Economics on Feb 27, 2017 3:25:00 PM

We are pleased to announce our new Exchange Rate Service. The Exchange Rate Service provides access to five-year forecasts of annual exchange...

February 2017: A recovery in trade 

Each month Oxford Economics’ team of 160 economists updates its baseline forecast for 200 countries using the...

Top ten calls for 2017 — Trumpenomics leads the way

Our top ten calls for 2017 are, not surprisingly, dominated by the impact of Donald Trump’s...

The global economic outlook has shifted markedly in the three months since our last report. While our baseline forecast has changed only modestly,...

Breaking new ground in macro research, Oxford Economics has captured current and historical statistics on bilateral trade in services for 24...