Rapid response analysis to the latest African economic and political events as they occur
Oxford Economics Africa specialises in providing forecasts and insights for major African economies. Our services provide a comprehensive analysis of immediate and long-term prospects that will benefit organisations monitoring risks or opportunities for their operations or investments in the continent.
South Africa-based Oxford Economics Africa has a strong reputation for independence and quality. The firm employs a highly qualified team of economists, econometricians, quantitative analysts, political analysts and editors. All are experts in their field and cumulatively have decades of experience in covering Africa, ensuring that insights are provided within the context of a comprehensive knowledge of the African continent, its history, and each country’s unique political and economic setting.
Oxford Economics Africa is majority owned by Oxford Economics, a leader in global forecasting and analysis. Its best-of-class global economic and industry models and analytical tools provide an unparalleled ability to forecast external market trends and assess their economic, social and business impact.
Oxford Economics Africa service overview
Forecasts and analysis
Detailed country reports, event-driven analysis and commentary, economic and political risk assessment, country models, and deep forecast databanks for national and city economies.
Detailed Country Reports for 54 African countries with analysis and forecasts through 2050
Insight into key economic and political events which could influence trading in African debt markets