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European regional forecasts

Experian's forecasts allow you to compare regions and cities across Europe, identify the growth hotspots and understand the underlying dynamics of this growth.

Leveraging on Experian’s European presence and understanding of economies, locations and local demographics, the European Regional Forecasting Service provides forecasts for European regions, cities and communes. These forecasts are directly linked to Experian’s global macroeconomic forecasts, giving you insight into the impact of alternative global economic scenarios at region and city level, using NIGEM, the world’s most respected global economic model.

An essential source of up-to-date information for major investors, property agents, consulting houses, consumer goods companies and retailers, the European Regional Forecasting Service enables you to:

  • Identify new hotspots of economic activity and assess their investment potential
  • Understand why some regions perform better or worse than others
  • Test or support investment decisions against an independent benchmark
  • Increase your awareness of your geographical footprint

The forecasts cover over 2,000 regions and cities in the EU27, Norway, Switzerland, Russia and Turkey. Experian also forecasts at the commune level for Nordic countries, France and Poland.

Forecast variables include demographics, GDP by sector, employment by sector, retail sales and household projections, which are updated on a quarterly basis. These are accompanied by regional and city reports.

Downloads - Click on the thumbnails below:

European Regional Forecasts Service FactsheetEuropean Regional Forecasts Service factsheet  [70Kb. PDF]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commune Level ForecastsCommune Level Forecasts  [296Kb. PDF]

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