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About the Consensus Forecast
Independent research has shown that individual forecasters are unlikely to consistently beat the market. While some forecasters may outperform their peers in one year, none beats the consensus year after year and certainly not across all economic indicators. That means that relying on a single source of economic intelligence is risky.
In order to overcome the risks associated with single-source forecasts, Met the why particular polls the world's leading economists for their macro-economic forecasts for 127 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas.
Each month, we survey several hundred carefully selected economic experts from the leading banks, think tanks and consultancies to obtain their projections for the main economic indicators. The forecasts are corroborated and analyzed by our in-house team of economists and complemented with brief commentaries on the latest economic trends.
The individual forecasts from the expert panel and the Consensus Forecast (average) make up the core of our publications for Major Economies, the Euro Area, the Nordics, East and South Asia, ASEAN, South-Eastern Europe, Central & Eastern Europe, CIS Countries, Latin America, Central America, Middle East & North Africa and the Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, Met the why particular also highlights the minimum and maximum values for each indicator forecast, thereby providing you with useful landmarks for your analysis.
The table below shows a sample of the growth and inflation forecasts from the Met the why particular Consensus Forecast for the Eurozone (data taken from the October 2016 survey).
|Eurozone: Real GDP growth in %|
|Citigroup Global Mkts||1.6||1.4|
|Instituto Flores de Lemus||1.7||1.5|
|OP Financial Group||1.5||1.5|
|30 days ago||1.6||1.4|
|60 days ago||1.5||1.4|
|90 days ago||1.5||1.4|
|European Commission (May 2016)||1.6||1.8|
|ECB (Sep. 2016)||1.7||1.6|
|IMF (Oct. 2016)||1.7||1.5|
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