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Fast Comment Sweden — August business sector production brushing aside PMI scare, for now

  1. Better-than-expected growth outcome, with strong details
  2. But comfort may be short-lived as orders data continue to be poor
  3. Riksbank has been too optimistic; reaction to be expected at October meeting

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Economy has cooled more than we thought - revised historic national accounts; updated Q2 GDP estimate

  1. Our forecast for 2019 GDP looks too high, but probability for our below-consensus 2020 forecast rises
  2. Slow growth strengthens our call that Riksbank rate rises will ultimately be cancelled
  3. Are macro risks larger than we thought? Household savings much lower ahead of a deteriorating economy

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Regional Network: Near-term growth outlook still solid, but signals have dropped from peak levels (as we expected)

  1. Downward revisions to the near-term growth outlook; close enough to our expectations
  2. Employment growth expectations slightly down as well
  3. In sum, the probability of a rate hike in September has been lowered

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: CPI August after Riksbank surprise; GDP to make us less confident in household sector?

  1. After yesterday's Riksbank surprise, inflation prints have resurfaced as key to policy monitoring
  2. August CPI report to sit well with the Riksbank, but September could be the start of a different story
  3. GDP Q2 includes review of entire national accounts: households' economy to appear less solid than thought

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: Regional Network and core inflation

  1. Regional Network: solid short-term output signals, even though expectations may have slid a little
  2. Core inflation broadly in line with NB’s estimate
  3. The key interest rate may have peaked already

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Danish Comment — Danish GDP growth regained momentum in Q2

  1. Net trade reversed and pulled growth up...
  2. ... but further slowdown is in the pipeline

Rasmus Gudum-Sessingø, Senior Economist |