Africa Forecasting Service
One stop solution for African insights
About the Africa Forecasting Service
The Africa Forecasting Service provides comprehensive analysis of immediate and long-term economic prospects to inform investment strategies, expansion plans and operations in the continent.
From macro-economics down to local area analysis, the African Forecasting Service provides historic data, forecasts and commentary by country, industry sector and city. The service will free up your time spent on market analysis and help you make informed business decisions.
- Financial Institutions
- Intergovernmental organisations
- Corporations and enterprises
A complete solution
Regular reports on all 54 sovereign territories highlighting significant economic, political and financial market developments.
Daily publications providing unique insights into developments effecting exchange rates, foreign exchange and fixed income instruments.
Detailed and timely analysis on political events.
Forecasts for 102 African cities for GDP and employment, population, household income, consumer spending, and retail sales for cities.
Travel and Tourism Forecasts
Track and understand the impact of tourism on Africa including: passenger flows, number of overnight stays and tourism spend for 34 African countries and 12 major cities.
Quarterly reports providing in-depth analysis, forecasts and scenarios on 12 key industries covering 8 African countries.
Access to our macro-economic, industry, city and tourism historic data and forecasts through a single online platform.
Local knowledge and expertise
South Africa-based Oxford Economics Africa, 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.
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