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The US economy started the new year on the wrong foot, with the RecoveryTracker falling 2.4ppts to 74.6 in the week ended Jan. 1. A worsening...

Through regular analysis of macroeconomic data, events, emerging trendsand policy changes, Oxford Economics provides in-depth coverage of theUS...

The latest published data show that Amsterdam suffered a much more severe recession during the first half of 2020 than the Netherlands as a whole....

What was once considered a floor, may now represent a ceiling for the US nominal neutral policy rate. We estimate cyclical and secular factors...

US | Metro Economic Outlook

Posted by Oxford Economics on Oct 21, 2020

Oxford Economics is here to help you gain the best insight into market fundamentals that drive real estate growth. With exhaustive US coverage, we...

The eurozone has a serious problem: It’s stuck in secular stagnation, a world of ultra-low interest rates, below-target inflation, and...

Earlier in the year, Oxford Economics partnered with Accenture on a research program including a survey where 7,804 consumers over the age of 18...

Digital healthcare has exploded in England during the pandemic. With most in-person doctor visits on hold, virtual care experiences have become...

The outbreak of coronavirus in Europe and the subsequent containment measures have severely affected economic activity in all major cities during...

Last week, the Fed made clear that it would do its part to support the economy for the long haul, providing powerful dovish forward guidance. This...