Africa Quarterly Report Executive Summary
NKC African Economics’ Africa Quarterly Report provides an overview of some of the dominant themes that may impact economic development and political risk on the African continent.
This summary report analyses key risks and opportunities for each region of Africa as the continent grapples with slower global economic growth, lower commodity prices, and instability caused by terrorism. Please fill out the form below to download a free copy.
NKC African Economics
The service provides a comprehensive view of national and city economies with event-driven commentary on economic and political events, that will benefit organisations monitoring risks or opportunities to their investments or operations in Africa. It can include the following:
- In-depth Country Reports. Each quarter’s significant economic, political and financial market developments for 30 countries.
- Macroeconomic databank. Comprehensive forecast data and history for all African countries.
- Events-driven analysis. Daily Africa Insight and Africa in Focus provide comments on Africa’s important economic and political events.
- City forecasts. Consistent annual historic data and forecasts for total GDP and employment, as well as for industries, population, income distribution, consumer spending, and retail sales for 102 cities across 49 countries.
- Country Economic Forecasts. Concise reports providing analysis and forecasts through 2040 for 55 countries.
- Daily Fixed Income Report. Insight into key economic and political events which could influence trading in African markets.
- Economist contact. Contact our economists directly to discuss our analysis.
Local knowledge and expertise
South Africa-based NKC African Economics, an Oxford Economics company, has a strong reputation for independence and quality, and employs a highly qualified team of economists, econometricians, quantitative analysts, political analysts, and editors. All are experts in their field and have decades of experience in covering Africa, ensuring that insights are provided within the context of comprehensive knowledge of the African continent, its history, and each country’s unique political and economic setting.