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

With the government confirming that non-essential retailers and outdoor hospitality will reopen in England on Monday, our forecast of a strong...

Our Oxford Economics Normality Tracker improved in March, reflecting a fall in Covid cases, thanks to the January lockdown.This has occurred at a...

Q4’s national accounts revealed GDP falling not quite as far short of pre-Covid levels as previously believed. And a reversion of end-2020’s...

The unexpected resilience of house prices last year sets 2021 up to be another year of rising values. But unsupportive macro factors and the end...

According to our analysis, eurozone consumers are raring to get spending as soon as restrictions are eased. Our modelling, based on a range of...

We forecast that seven out of Europe’s top 30 cities will see their GDP return to pre-pandemic levels in 2021. The rest will have to wait until...

The fastest rise in virus cases of the pandemic so far, a lacklustre vaccine rollout, and a stringent lockdown are dragging on Norway’s economy....

The Romanian economy has been growing fast, but at a price of a massive twin deficit and high reliance on external funding.

We expect eurozone business investment to stage a vigorous recovery this year, boosted by a rebound in sales as the economy reopens. Booming...