The Global Macro Service provides access to our latest briefings and world analysis on the implications of economic and market developments. The service brings together all of our world-class macro monitoring tools to assess the impact of macro events across more than 200 countries on your investment or business strategy.
About the Global Macro Service
In-depth country analysis
Country Economic Forecasts present analysis and forecasts for 200 countries, with monthly updates for the world’s major economies.
Research Briefings provide thematic analysis of key country, regional and global issues such as policy changes, economic shifts, political events and emerging scenarios.
Rapid response to data releases
Data Insights provide the immediate reactions of our economists to key data releases that analyse the implications and draw conclusions for our forecasts.
Summary trend analysis
Monthly Chartbooks provide dashboards of key data and trends for each region and for major countries.
What the service includes
Our Global Macro Service provides access to unparalleled research and in-depth economic data which can be used to identify the factors that drive revenues and identify opportunities for growth across geographical locations.
Deep macroeconomic databank
The Global Economic Databank provides access to detailed macro-economic data for more than 200 countries, with forecasts to 2050.
The Global Macro Service is available for the whole world or by each of the following regions:
- North America
- Latin America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East and North Africa
- Emerging Markets
Subscribers to the global package, or any of the regional services also receive access to our monthly reviews of world economic prospects and commodity prices.
Our models, forecasts and datasets can be customised to fit the unique needs of your organisation.
Global Macro Service
A complete service to help corporate planners track, analyse and react to macro events and future trends.
“The Oxford Economics team carried out our macroeconomic port trade forecast out to 2050. The team was highly capable, worked with us closely, took on board feedback from internal and external stakeholders and we are very confident in the product. The Oxford Economics brand carries credibility in the market.”
Resources and events
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In The Media
Bloomberg: BOE Poised to Deliver 10th Straight Hike, Forecast of Persistent Inflation
BoK’s monetary policy to tighten even as hiking cycle ends
China: Emerging green shoots in Spring, but not out of the woods
China’s reopening: Implications for China and the region.
UK Macro – Where now for the MPC?
Key Themes for Canada in 2023: A year in recession
Middle East 2023 outlook: The shine comes off GCC recovery
Global Key themes 2022: Supply chains to begin normalising
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