Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics joins Kristina Partsinevelos from CNBC The Exchange to discuss why inflation is going to rise...

Our latest report on the economic outlook of 6 ASEAN economies (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines) revealed...

Via CEDA: The latest GDP figures have just been released, and they show the economy has recovered to its pre-pandemic size a year since the start...

Join James Lambert, Oxford Economics very own Director of Economic Consulting, Asia, as he speaks on the Vietnamese agri-food industry on "Vietnam...

Chief Australian Economist Sarah Hunter features in this CNA report after launching "Migration Matters – Immigration and the economy" which was...

On May 26th FocusEconomics announced the winners of Analyst Forecast Awards. Oxford Economics topped the APAC region by winning 28 awards.

Sian Fenner, lead Asia economist at Oxford Economics, says she is maintaining her USDCNY forecast at 6.5 for the end of 2021. She speaks with...

Scott Livermore Chief Economist of Oxford Economics Middle East joins a panel discussion with Dubai Chamber to discuss the ways in which Covid 19...

BIS Oxford Economics Chief Economist Sarah Hunter, previews the economic data for the week ahead. This includes the latest official China...

Oxford Economics is proud to announce that over the past two years combined it has been ranked top in FocusEconomics' Best Economic Forecaster...

Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics joins Tom Keene, Jonathan Ferro and Lisa Abramowicz from Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss...

Barbara Byrne Denham, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics joins Linda Schmidt from Fox 5 News to discuss why New York's recovery still has a long...

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Scott Livermore Chief Economist of Oxford Economics Middle East, speaks about how the UAE and Israel are leading the Middle East in terms of...

The current investment in Australian infrastructure is barely keeping pace with demand. To meet future demand we will need to invest more but...

The current investment in Australian infrastructure is barely keeping pace with demand. To meet future demand we will need to invest more but...