Oxford Economics collaborated with Deloitte to field a survey of 750 executives in 13 countries in early 2021 to determine business leaders’...

Lockdown measures likely caused the economy to contract by 1.5% in Q1, but we see growth recovering strongly throughout the rest of the year. Given

The US Recovery Tracker rose 0.8ppts to 89.1 in the week ended April 2, the sixth straight rise. Another week of broad-based gains across the...

The global travel recovery has remained elusive so far. Vaccination is underway in 150 countries and will play a vital role in the easing of...

China is a significant net creditor to the rest of the world. At the end of 2020, its foreign assets totaled US$8,704 billion, or 59.1% of GDP,...

To better understand how businesses are addressing market changes - and how they should adapt their capital allocation strategies going forward -...

While many commentators have been calling for a US dollar collapse, we believe the greenback will have a lot of staying power in 2021. In the wake...

Vietnam’s transformation into a global manufacturing hub over the past decade helped it outperform most economies in 2020 and further strengthened...

The labour market recovery has outpaced expectations since the initial COVID19 shock. While the removal of JobKeeper is likely to stall the...

PMIs for March remained in positive territory across the GCC but showed nonoil growth at a varying pace in the countries. Qatar and the UAE saw...