The surge in Covid cases continues across Europe, prompting governments to announce new restrictive measures that will impact economic growth in...

The COVID-19 shock has led to a structural shift in consumers' choice of travel destinations, as travellers increasingly have moved away from...

The Q2 CPI data prompted a sharp re-evaluation of the outlook for inflation and interest rates across financial markets. We have also revised our...

We see China’s economy entering 2022 with weaker growth. Our forecast has GDP growth dipping to 3.6% y/y in Q4 2021. And we expect 5.4% GDP growth...

After enduring one of the deepest downturns in 2020, the UK has enjoyed one of the strongest rebounds in 2021. The ‘easy’ gains from reopening are...

Following an easing in restrictions, Asia production is ramping up to meet strong global demand for consumer goods, auto parts, and electronics....

Recent months have seen the favourable lending environment for households begin to tighten. Inflation concerns have bond markets pricing in an...

We anticipate 2022 will be a ‘MESSI’ (Moderating Expansion with Sticky Supply-driven Inflation) year for the US economy. After experiencing one of...

The eurozone pushed on with a strong recovery in 2021, but in many ways that’s been the easy part. With reopening tailwinds mostly exhausted, the...

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