BIS Oxford Economics was commissioned by Civil Contractors Federation National to provide a study detailing how civil construction investment can...

The outlook for the construction industry was relatively benign leading into 2020, with residential construction activity in particular still...

The budget deficit blew out in FY20 and will widen further in FY21 due to thegovernment’s efforts to cushion the shock of the COVID-19 recession....

According to our pandemic-impact scorecard, EMs on average have been most afflicted, followed by frontier markets, with advanced economies...

The rapidly swelling second wave has taken a big toll on the country’s health infrastructure. The health system has collapsed in the worst hit...

The current spread of Covid-19 in the region has yet to be brought undercontrol, leaving us cautious over the prospects for near-term recovery....

In line with trends seen across the GCC, the twin shock of the coronaviruspandemic and low oil prices has put extra pressure on an already strained

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...

The coronavirus resurgence in India is raising concerns that the recovery could be derailed. With state governments reluctant to reintroduce...