Ungated Post | 19 May 2020

FocusEconomics ‘Best Economic Forecaster Awards’ ranks Oxford Economics top most consistently over last 3 years

Focus Awards 2020Oxford Economics is proud to announce that it has been ranked top in FocusEconomics’ Best Economic Forecaster Awards more than any other forecaster over the past three years. 

This year Oxford Economics tops the list with 111 top position rankings. Furthermore, over the last 3 years, we have consistently ranked in more top positions than any other forecaster. 

The consistent accuracy of our forecasts across countries and time is thanks to our rigorous model based approach to forecasting which combines our market leading Global Economic Model and the experience and on the ground expertise of our global team of macroeconomists.

The FocusEconomics Analyst Forecast Awards are yearly awards that recognise the most accurate economic forecasters for the six key macroeconomic indicators (GDP, Fiscal Balance, Inflation, Interest Rate, Exchange Rate and Current Account) in 89 countries and for 22 commodities.

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