Joint Penta and Oxford Economics report unveiled
Penta and Oxford Economics reveal unique insights for the year ahead.
Analyzing thousands of high-frequency data points, the report reveals how companies can have an accurate view into what is to come in 2023 and how forecasted economic uncertainties can be managed.
Drawing its findings from a unique data set combining Penta’s stakeholder sentiment methodology with Oxford Economics’ expert insight, NGO reports, and regulatory data, the report reveals that labor markets across a range of advanced economies are cooling, suggesting that businesses will face some hurdles heading into the new year.
This outlook is made possible through Penta’s stakeholder sentiment methodology that covers millions of media content pieces across traditional and social media to deliver unparalleled actionable insights that will help businesses globally.
Key findings of the report are:
- Employment growth has slowed in November, with heightened concerns about future employment in several countries.
- While consumer confidence plunged in most advanced economies following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, private consumption remained resilient throughout the summer.
Download the full report here.