The easing of the severe supply-chain bottlenecks that brought the eurozone’s industrial recovery to a standstill in early 2021 will be gradual, with...

Oxford Economics recommends clients who either operate in, or are heavily exposed to the construction industry use the value of Work Done, as this...

We see little evidence that the outlook for underlying inflation in the eurozone is much changed from a few months ago. In fact, there’s a high...

According to the advance estimate, Q3 GDP exceeded expectations with a 2% expansion. While this figure is subject to revision, Denmark is on course...

The ZEW and the Sentix for November surprised on the upside, showing thatinvestors are increasingly confident about the future even though current...

Our US supply chain stress tracker indicates that supply chain pressures worsened in October, after having eased in September. Preliminary data show...

China's official manufacturing PMI fell 0.4 points to 49.2 in October, while the non-manufacturing PMI dropped to 52.4, from 53.2 in September. High...

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

A sustained pandemic with scarring effects would reduce Canada’s economic growth by close to 0.3ppts per annum between 2021 and 2026. Less...

The Australian government is facing growing pressure on several fronts to solidify lower carbon emission targets. If left unchecked, these pressures...