Although reported labour shortages in the eurozone appear to be worsening, our analysis of the underlying dynamics shows a more nuancedicture. We...

This forward-looking report by Oxford Economics' Forecasting team provides forecasts for global construction to 2030 as well as perspectives on...

Our in-depth analysis of the construction sector highlights that activity in the sector is set to bounce back 3.9% in 2021. Given the flow of...

Export prices have surged over the past 9 months, driven by record high iron ore prices. This has driven the terms of trade to its highest level...

After attacks on Palma in northern Mozambique in which dozens of civilians, including a South African and a Briton, lost their lives, Total pulled...

Our new US Construction Forecasting service, offered in partnership withConstructConnect, provides unparalleled visibility of US public and private

The sharp loosening of fiscal and monetary policy is starting to gain traction in the housing market. Dwelling investment increased for the first...

US construction activity has generally held up better than expected at the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. In light of the above expectation...