New Forecasts from Oxford Economics: Updates on the UAW Strike

Quarterly country and industry forecast reports from Oxford Economics have been updated on NFPA’s member hub. Insights include impacts of the UAW strike on the motor vehicle industry and updates on China’s industrial production.

Oxford Economics produces quarterly forecast reports for over 60 countries and 10+ industries. These reports highlight forecast drivers and constraints with upside and downside scenario outlooks. Countries and industries covered include:

Countries:Industries:
Mexico
China
Germany
USA
And more
Construction
Motor Vehicles
Extraction
Electronics and Computers
And more

To access the latest country and industry forecasts, click HERE, and go to either “Global Industry Forecasts” or “By-Country Briefings and Forecasts”.

The latest reports from Oxford also include updates surrounding the UAW strike. Oxford estimates that if all 146,000 members of United Auto Workers are on strike, motor vehicle output will fall by 30% or more. The strike poses a significant downside risk to near term forecasts, but long-term forecasts remain positive according to Oxford.

Questions, or need an NFPA member hub login? Contact Sam Diedrich at sdiedrich@nfpa.com or 414-778-3372.

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