On Wednesday 3rd November, Oxford Economics hosted its quarterly UK & Global Outlook Conference. This invite-only event for our key clients and...

The week was full of events that could potentially become policy shakers. While the PMIs showed economic growth keeps cooling, energy prices...

The recent escalation of the conflict between Poland and the European Union has significantly increased the odds of a decisive response from the...

We estimate France’s fiscal deficit in 2022 will be around €40bn wider than projected by the government in its draft budget, at 6.3% of GDP versus...

Canada will likely usher in another minority government when voters hit the polls on Sept 20, led by either the incumbent Liberals or the...

Recent political shifts have increased the odds of Germany loosening its tight national fiscal rules after the September elections, which could be...

The race to succeed long-term Chancellor Merkel and lead Europe’s largest economy is wide open. But we think Germany will continue its reactive,...

Our baseline forecast sees a strong rebound in eurozone economic activity as vaccinations bring the pandemic under control, but this shouldn’t...

Vaccine programs across the world are well underway and should enable  a sustained and meaningful easing of restrictions in mid-2021. But as we...

The Recovery and Resilience Plans (RRPs) that EU member states have so far submitted to the European Commission to unlock funds from Next...