Complementing our US macroeconomic research service with intraday economic, financial market and technical analysis
Oxford Economics has taken a majority stake in Stone & McCarthy Research, the renowned economic and financial market research firm. The acquisition brings together Oxford Economics’ rigorous modelling and analytical framework with Stone & McCarthy's expertise in economic and financial market analysis. The Princeton, New Jersey based research firm provides top-caliber high-frequency macroeconomic and financial market research for investors, policy makers
About Stone & McCarthy Research
Stone & McCarthy Research has a longstanding reputation for independent top-caliber research. It brings to Oxford Economics a highly experienced team of economists and analysts. Insights are provided within the context of comprehensive knowledge of the US economy and financial markets gained at securities dealers, major institutional investment houses, government agencies, central banks, and universities. The partnership reinforces Oxford Economics’ coverage of financial markets, and forms part of an ongoing move to expand internationally, with acquisitions and new offices in Cape Town, Mexico City, Frankfurt, and Hong Kong. The agreement means that out of our global team of 160 economists, we now have a dedicated group of 11 economists who specialise in US macroeconomics and financial market issues.
Through regular analysis of macroeconomic data, events, emerging trends and policy changes, Oxford Economics provides in-depth coverage of the US economy at a national, sectoral and local level within a rapidly changing global economy. Stone & McCarthy Research will complement this offering through intra-day updates, analytical research commentaries and technical and fundamental market research.
- In-depth commentary and analysis on the economy and fixed-income markets
- Forecasts and analysis of Federal Reserve monetary policy
- Timely in-depth analysis and forecasts of key market-sensitive economic data
- Stone & McCarthy's proprietary weekly Money Manager Survey
- Detailed analysis of the impact of fiscal policy on financial markets
- Technical analysis of Treasuries, currencies, commodity markets, and equity indices
- Ongoing support from economists and analysts
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