The Exchange Rate Service provides access to five-year forecasts of annual exchange rates for 150 economies against the United States dollar, and quarterly forecasts for the world’s largest 33 currencies against the dollar, the euro, the Japanese yen, and the British pound.
Clients receive a written report each quarter describing main drivers of change and the outlook under our baseline forecast and each of our five-year scenarios. In addition, we supply an Excel file that shows both the quarterly and annual results, updated once a month. All data are produced using the Global Economic Model, the world’s only fully-integrated forecasting framework that replicates the world economy by interlinking 80 countries, 6 regional blocs, and the Eurozone.
What the service includes
- Foreign Exchange Forecast Report Published at the start of each quarter, the report provides forecasts for 33 major economies for the next five years, with discussion of the main drivers of our forecast, including recent developments, as well as inflation and interest rates differentials for each country individually. Further analysis compares our forecasts to both consensus expectations and futures.
Tables compare how our forecasts would change under alternate global economic scenarios developed by our economists.
- Forecast Data Updated once a month, a spreadsheet details our annual forecasts for the USD against 150 global currencies, and provides quarterly forecasts for the USD, EUR, JPY, and GBP against major currencies.
- Access to Economists The service includes a quarterly webinar to coincide with the update of the report, with access to our economists to directly discuss our macro analysis and assumptions.
Quarterly forecast rates for USD, EUR, JPY, and GBP against major currencies:
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Eurozone, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom.
Annual forecasts for USD against:
Euro, British pound, Japanese yen, Swiss franc, Canadian dollar, Australian dollar, New Zealand dollar, Danish krone, Norwegian krone, Swedish krona, Chinese yuan, Indian rupee, Indonesian rupiah, Malaysian ringgit, Singapore dollar, South Korean won, New Taiwan dollar, Thai baht, Bulgarian lev, Croatian kuna, Czech koruna, Hungarian forint, Polish złoty, Romanian leu, Russian ruble, South African rand, Turkish lira, Argentine peso, Brazilian real, Chilean peso, Mexican peso, Afghan afghani, Albanian lek, Algerian dinar, Angolan kwanza, Armenian dram, Aruban florin, Australian dollar, Azerbaijani manat, Bahamian dollar, Bahraini dinar, Bangladeshi taka, Barbadian dollar, Belize dollar, Bermudian dollar, Bhutanese ngultrum, Bolivian boliviano, Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark, Botswana pula, British Virgin Islands dollar, Brunei dollar, Burmese kyat, Burundian franc, Cambodian riel, Cape Verdean escudo, Cayman Islands dollar, Central African CFA franc, Colombian peso, Comorian franc, Congolese franc, Costa Rican colón, Cuban convertible peso, Djiboutian franc, Dominican peso, East Caribbean dollar, Egyptian pound, Eritrean nakfa, Ethiopian birr, Euro, Fijian dollar, Gambian dalasi, Georgian lari, Ghanaian cedi, Guatemalan quetzal, Guinean franc, Guyanese dollar, Haitian gourde, Honduran lempira, Hong Kong dollar, Icelandic króna, Iranian rial, Israeli new shekel, Jamaican dollar, Jordanian dinar, Kazakhstani tenge, Kenyan shilling, Kuwaiti dinar, Kyrgyzstani som, Lao kip, Lebanese pound, Lesotho loti, Liberian dollar, Libyan dinar, Macanese pataca, Macedonian denar, Malagasy ariary, Malawian kwacha, Maldivian rufiyaa, Mauritanian ouguiya, Mauritian rupee, Moldovan leu, Mongolian tögrög, Moroccan dirham, Mozambican metical, Namibian dollar, Nepalese rupee, Netherlands Antillean guilder, New Belarusian ruble, Nicaraguan córdoba, Nigerian naira, North Korean won, Omani rial, Pakistani rupee, Panamanian balboa, Papua New Guinean kina, Paraguayan guaraní, Peruvian sol, Philippine peso, Qatari riyal, Rwandan franc, Samoan tala, São Tomé and Príncipe dobra, Saudi riyal, Serbian dinar, Seychellois rupee, Sierra Leonean leone, Solomon Islands dollar, Somali shilling, South Sudanese pound, Sri Lankan rupee, Sudanese pound, Surinamese dollar, Swazi lilangeni, Syrian pound, Tajikistani somoni, Tanzanian shilling, Tongan pa’anga, Trinidad and Tobago dollar, Tunisian dinar, Turkmenistan manat, Ugandan shilling, Ukrainian hryvnia, United Arab Emirates dirham, Uruguayan peso, Uzbekistani som, Vanuatu vatu, Venezuelan bolívar, Vietnamese dong, West African CFA franc, Yemeni rial, Zambian kwacha.
All forecasts are updated once a month.