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Fast Comment Sweden — Preview: Housing prices for January (Wednesday)

  1. Bear in mind the seasonal variation
  2. Housing prices seem to have continued to fall in January (S.A.)
  3. Similarities with buying and selling behaviour in 2013-14

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Business sector production in December

  1. Swedish economy expanded at robust pace in the last quarter
  2. Production data indicates faster GDP than our forecast, but does not take all factors into account
  3. Amidst the equity market doom and gloom, Swedish GDP growth set to remain healthy in the near term

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Retail sales in December

  1. Weaker than expected in December, but previous two months revised up
  2. Retail sales boosted by strong consumer confidence
  3. Household consumption likely to turn out less buoyant than current retail sales

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — The Riksbank's business cycle indicator hits a record high

  1. The booming economy will bolster cost pressures
  2. And also inflation, thereby supporting the Riksbank's inflation and repo rate forecasts
  3. We expect core inflation to reach 2 percent around the end of the year

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Super Thursday for macro data full of interesting signals

  1. Consumer confidence remains strong - indicates limited fallout from the housing price fall
  2. Unemployment trending below our forecast for 2018? Will stoke inflation nonetheless
  3. Higher producer prices on the domestic market, imported goods weaker - but a pickup is on the cards

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Global Konjunkturprognos - uppdatering — Mogen konjunktur förändrar riskbilden

• Stark inledning på 2018 - svagare avslutning
• Medvindar mojnar för tillgångsmarknader
• Uppåtrisk för inflation och räntor

Ann Öberg, Head of Economic Research |