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Danish Comment — Danske nøgletal - uge 47: Markedsuro trækker forbrugertillid ned

  1. Onsdagens tal for lønmodtagerbeskæftigelsen i september ventes at vise fortsat fornuftig jobvækst
  2. Forbrugertilliden, der kommer torsdag, ventes at være faldet fra 5,1 til 4,0 i november

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark | jeas01@handelsbanken.dk

Fast Comment Sweden — Disappointment in headline sentiment data masks broad strength

  1. Consumers worry more about economic outlook
  2. October business survey a strong reading, contrasting yesterday's eurozone PMI
  3. Inflation outlook solid after more bouyant indicators

Johan Löf, Senior Economist | jolo22@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment Sweden — Anticlimax in the making? Riksbank October decision due next week

  1. Main Riksbank scenario is unchanged repo forecast and communication
  2. We see first policy rate hike in February, but will we be forced to revert to our previous December call?
  3. Week ahead: key quarterly sentiment data to set tone for business cycle outlook

Johan Löf, Senior Economist | jolo22@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment Finland — Consumer confidence still high, but on a gradually weakening trend

  1. Consumer confidence weakened to 20.2 in September
  2. Expectations concerning Finland’s economy weakened the most
  3. Consumer and business confidence still well above long-term averages

Janne Ronkanen, Senior Economist | jaro06@handelsbanken.se

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 | jolo22@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment Denmark — Industry lost its shine

  1. The business barometer for industry fell from 5 to -1 in September as expected
  2. Service and construction barometers were unchanged at 10 and 0 respectively
  3. Barometers still indicate growth but at a subdued pace

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark | jeas01@handelsbanken.dk