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Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: Unemployment likely recoiled in September

  1. Overall strong labour market, despite unemployment disappointment
  2. We see lower unemployment in September, but the need to lift forecast likely remains

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — A sigh of relief for the Riksbank; September CPI data mostly strong

  1. Key inflation indicators somewhat stronger than expected...
  2. signals on underlying inflation strengthen
  3. Highly determined Riksbank can tick another box on the route to its rate hike

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Aktuell ekonomi — Globala megatrender som kommer att förändra världsekonomin

Globala megatrender är stora samhällsförändringar som bidrar till att rita om spelplanen för branscher, länder och världsekonomin i stort. I denna artikel tittar vi på fyra megatrender som kommer att förändra världsekonomin de närmaste decennierna: Färre försörjer fler, artificiell intelligens och digitalisering, hållbar tillväxt samt inkluderande tillväxt.

Anders Bergvall, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Preview of September inflation: Underlying inflation strengthening, but more slowly than Riksbank hopes?

  1. Inflation picking up further
  2. Underlying inflation leading the way, one indication being an expected lift in CPIF excluding energy
  3. Clothing and shoes among risks to this month's CPI print

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — September sentiment indicators

  1. Strong sentiment underscores that economic boom will go on
  2. Construction sector staying surprisingly positive - will that add to our forecast for 2019 GDP growth?
  3. Retail sector staying the course on autumn prices hikes, despite tough summer

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — After substantial downward revision of GDP last week, loads of new growth indicators in the week ahead

  1. First hesitant steps toward retail sales normalisation after tough summer
  2. Economic sentiment to recoil a bit, but remain at buoyant level
  3. Net exports to turn around and boost GDP in the third quarter

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |