Many studies have found that combining forecasts improves predictive accuracy. An often-used approach developed by Granger and Ramanathan (GR, 1984) utilises a linear-Gaussian regression model to combine point forecasts. This paper generalises their approach for an asymmetrically distributed target variable. Our copula point forecast combination methodology involves fitting marginal distributions for the target variable and the individual forecasts being combined; and then estimating the correlation parameters capturing linear dependence between the target and the experts’ predictions. If the target variable and experts’ predictions are individually Gaussian distributed, our copula point combination reproduces the GR combination. We illustrate our methodology with two applications examining quarterly forecasts for the Federal Funds rate and for US output growth, respectively. The copula point combinations outperform the forecasts from the individual experts in both applications, with gains in root mean squared forecast error in the region of 40% for the Federal Funds rate and 4% for output growth relative to the GR combination. The fitted marginal distribution for the interest rate exhibits strong asymmetry.