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The future of European industrial competitiveness

with Jeremy Leonard and Nico Palesch | Online | July 25, 2024

Since the onset of the energy crisis much has been made of the threat of European deindustrialisation—the notion that large swathes of manufacturing are going to permanently leave Europe because of a degraded competitive position. Join us to hear us decompose European industry's short-, medium, and long-term challenges, define what deindustrialisation would look like and how likely it is, and outline our latest research on which industries are poised to decline and which ones are in a good position to keep growing as the industry cycle turns—and beyond.

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Inflation to fall further as ‘wartime characteristics’ fade

with Adam Slater and Ben May | Online | July 24, 2024

We show how the outburst of inflation in 2021-2023 can be traced in large part to ‘wartime’-style fiscal and monetary policies and pandemic-related distortions to labour and product markets. We also outline how these sources of inflationary pressure are now receding, which points to inflation rates in the G7 continuing to fall to 2% or lower this year and next.

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Extending the Ladder – a Leaders and Laggards Scenario

with Beatrice Tanjangco and Felicity Hannon | Online | July 18, 2024

The Global Climate Service (GCS) quantifies the macroeconomic impacts of six climate scenarios against our Oxford Economics baseline. These scenarios help businesses understand the trade-offs and implications of climate mitigation. In this webinar, we will look at our new GCS scenario and examine the role of innovation in the green transition. This quarter, our new scenario “Leaders and Laggards” explores the potential impacts of a less ambitious scenario where countries with the capacity to lead in the transition do so anyway, reaping benefits from innovation and technological advancement. Countries that lack the resources and political support are slower to transition but benefit from spill overs. Even so, less ambition leads to more warming, and the world does not reach net zero.

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How the forecast may change after election day

with Ryan Sweet and Bernard Yaros | Online | July 15, 2024

During the next presidential term, the economy will receive a net boost from federal policymaking, and inflation will come in stronger, leading to a more cautious easing cycle by the Federal Reserve. This is the takeaway no matter the president and the political balance of power in Congress. In this webinar we will to take stock of the economy's performance across our six scenarios – two each for Trump, divided government, and the two most recent simulations for Biden.

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Will consumer spending drive short-term growth?

with Dmitriy Gruzinov, Scott McEwan and Stephen Adams | Online | July 11, 2024

Earlier in the year, the speed of the disinflationary process peaked and headline inflation has returned to target ranges in most countries, except for Mexico and Colombia. While services inflation remain high, we expect a broad deceleration of core items, partially offsetting upside pressure from a likely rebound in volatile non-core prices. In the next 12 months, we expect most headline inflation to remain broadly within target ranges. However, multiple factors have narrowed the space for policy cuts in the region. Join our expert Economists as we explore these factors and how you can navigate these upcoming scenarios.

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Economics training for B2B strategy leaders

with Martina Bozadzhieva and Marcos Casarin | Online | July 11, 2024

This interactive training is designed for strategy leaders and their team members looking to use the economic data to support annual planning, investment decisions, and resource prioritization. We'll cover major macro indicators critical for effective planning at B2B companies and delve into how to best interpret and utilize them, as well as what pitfalls to avoid.

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How to navigate the latest policy adjustments and disinflation in Latin America

with Joan Domene and Tim Hunter | Online | July 10, 2024

Earlier in the year, the speed of the disinflationary process peaked and headline inflation has returned to target ranges in most countries, except for Mexico and Colombia. While services inflation remain high, we expect a broad deceleration of core items, partially offsetting upside pressure from a likely rebound in volatile non-core prices. In the next 12 months, we expect most headline inflation to remain broadly within target ranges. However, multiple factors have narrowed the space for policy cuts in the region. Join our expert Economists as we explore these factors and how you can navigate these upcoming scenarios.

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Già finito il sogno di un’eurozona a trazione italiana?

with Nicola Nobile and Paolo Grignani | Online | July 4, 2024

Dopo tre anni di crescita superiore rispetto all’eurozona, e nonostante un avvio di 2024 solido, l’economia italiana sembra destinata a rallentare rispetto ai partner europei, complici un settore manifatturiero che fatica a ripartire e il minor supporto fiscale al settore edile.

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Economics training for B2C strategy leaders

with Martina Bozadzhieva and Alex Mackle | Online | July 2, 2024

This interactive training is designed for strategy leaders and their team members looking to use the economic data to support annual planning, investment decisions, and resource prioritization. We'll cover major macro indicators critical for effective planning at B2C companies and delve into how to best interpret and utilize them, as well as what pitfalls to avoid.

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Key Findings from the 2024 Global Cities Index

with Anthony Bernard-Sasges and George Bowen | Online | June 24, 2024

Cities are the drivers of the global economy. But each city is different and understanding their unique characteristics is crucial for businesses, academics, and policymakers alike to be able to make informed decisions. Join this webinar to discover the key findings of our new Global Cities Index, which provides a consistent and comprehensive framework for assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the largest 1,000 cities across the world.

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European Travel Trends & Prospects Q2 2024

with Chloe Parkins, Menno Van IJssel and Alexander Robinson | Online | June 19, 2024

International travel in Europe has moved above 2019 levels as we go into the second quarter of 2024. This webinar will investigate where this recovery is coming from and what destinations are lagging behind, as well as looking out towards the rest of this year as travel becomes more broad-based across the region. Additionally, STR (part of the CoStar Group) will be presenting the year-to-date developments in the hotel industry across Europe.

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Q2 Virtual Asset Management Roundtable

with Innes McFee, Ryan Sweet, Javier Corominas and Oliver Rakau | In-Person | June 18, 2024

The global economy is in transition. Inflation has fallen from its peaks and the major central banks are approaching the start of the easing cycle, but doubts linger about whether the Fed and the ECB can diverge from their current path and if they do, what the impact on markets will be. At the same time, the pattern of global growth is changing with US exceptionalism returning, while China continues to struggle against mounting structural headwinds. All of these key themes will be discussed in and debated by our global leadership group on our Q2 Macro Outlook Roundtable, happening online on June 18th.

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South Africa Elections 2024 | The votes are in, but what comes next?

with Jee-A van de Linde and Louw Nel | Online | June 18, 2024

South Africa’s general election has produced a stunning outcome with the long-ruling African National Congress (ANC) surrendering its majority, and then some, and former President Jacob Zuma’s uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party earning a staggering 2.3 million votes to become the country’s third largest. Attention now turns to coalition permutations as the ANC and would-be partners face tricky talks and difficult decisions.

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