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Reeling European energy markets raise risks of industrial recession

Global industrial output is expected to slow in 2023 against a backdrop of growing economic headwinds and a rotation in spending away from spending on goods and towards services. An inventory build-up – albeit from a low level – poses a further risk to industrial production if demand falls more than expected, and the energy squeeze in Europe will put pressure on industrial output there. Join Abby Samp and Max Anderson as they discuss the latest update to Oxford Economics’ Global Industry Forecast.

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Abby Samp

Associate Director of Global Industry Services

+44 203 910 8008

Abby Samp

Associate Director of Global Industry Services

London

Abby is an Associate Director of Global Industry Service, where she oversees service developments, helps shape the global industry overview and monitors and updates the forecast for the high-tech sector. Abby manages developments to Oxford Economics’ Global Industry Model (GIM), has extensive experience in modelling and scenario-based project work. Abby has a BASc in Economics from McGill University in Montreal, where she graduated with great distinction and received the Hubert Marleau prize for top marks in economics. She also holds an MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she graduated with distinction.

Max Anderson

Economist

+44 (0) 203 910 8127

Private: Max Anderson

Economist

London, United Kingdom

Max first joined Oxford Economics in 2016 during a year a placement year that formed part of his undergraduate degree. He worked for the Industry team for over a year, forecasting numerous manufacturing subsectors and carrying out bespoke project work. He then returned to the University of Leicester, where he continued his studies and achieved a first-class degree in Economics. Max re-joined Oxford Economics in July 2019 and is now responsible for forecasting the Information & Communication sector, carrying out bespoke research and overseeing the quarterly update of the Global Industry Model.

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