FrontierView is delighted to announce that we have won 15 FocusEconomics Analyst Forecast awards in 2020. This is the fifth consecutive year that FrontierView has proven itself as a top economic forecaster (click here to see the awards FrontierView won in 2017, 2018, and 2019.). We appreciate the effort that FocusEconomics has taken to organize the awards, and are extremely proud of our analysts for this amazing achievement.

FocusEconomics is the leading provider of consensus forecasts. They collect economic forecasts every month from organizations around the globe, including data providers, major financial institutions, multinational companies, and government agencies. The yearly FocusEconomics Analyst Forecast Awards recognize the analysts whose forecasts submitted to the monthly Consensus Forecast survey are the most accurate. The 2019 Analyst Forecast Awards recognize the top economic forecasters for 80+ countries worldwide for the main macroeconomic indicators.

We believe that the key to FrontierView’s great forecasting performance is our ability to combine excellent economic analysis and ever-growing in-market experience. Our analysts talk to clients from various industries and regions on a regular basis. It allows us to keep our finger on the pulse of the macroeconomic environment, and produce robust and up-to-date forecasts. At the beginning of each forecasting cycle, FrontierView analysts will gather to discuss the major events happening around the globe, and how they will impact our forecasts. At the end of each forecasting cycle, a strict and thorough quality control is conducted to ensure that the forecasts align with our global view.

Below is the list of the awards. Congratulations to FrontierView’s research, economics, and data teams!

  • Azerbaijan – GDP, 2nd place
  • Belarus – overall, 2nd place
  • Belarus – GDP, 2nd place
  • Belarus – CPI, 1st place
  • Cote d’Ivoire, CPI, 3rd place
  • Indonesia – CPI, 3rd place
  • Israel – GDP, 1st place
  • Kenya – CPI, 2nd place
  • Mozambique – CPI, 2nd place
  • Myanmar – CPI, 1st place
  • Nigeria – GDP, 2nd place
  • Pakistan – CPI, 2nd place
  • Serbia, CPI, 2nd place
  • Uganda – GDP, 1st place
  • Uganda – CPI, 1st place
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