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Fast Comment Norway — Preview: GDP, retail sales and registered unemployment

  1. Mainland GDP growth bouncing back from a temporary slowdown
  2. Retail spending supported by solid fundamentals
  3. The downtrend in unemployment has slowed a bit, probably due to increased supply

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist | maho60@handelsbanken.no

Fast Comment Norway — Investment survey (oil & gas) confirms a stellar increase in 2019; 2020 more uncertain

  1. Stellar increase in petroleum investments in 2019; NB has already factored it in
  2. Investment growth in 2020 is more uncertain, however
  3. The Q4 survey will provide more clarity

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist | maho60@handelsbanken.no

Morgenrapport Norge —

  1. Rentereferat fra Fed gjenspeilet ordlyden fra Powell; kuttet i juli var en «mid cycle adjustment»
  2. Men gitt risikobildet fortsetter markedet å prise 2-3 amerikanske rentekutt innen utløpet av dette året
  3. Her hjemme: Investeringstellingen bekrefter solid oppgang i petroleumsinvesteringene år; 2020 mer usikkert

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist | maho60@handelsbanken.no

UK Comment — GDP contracts in Q2

  1. GDP fell 0.2 percent in Q2 vs. expectations (market and BoE) of zero growth
  2. Falling activity in IP and construction, marked deceleration in services growth
  3. Increased risk of no-deal Brexit will weigh on activity ahead

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway | kadu01@handelsbanken.no

EMU Comment — Slower growth, subdued inflation shows euro area struggles

  1. Slower GDP growth illustrates euro area struggle
  2. Inflation remains subdued, unemployment stays flat
  3. Concerns over recent data feeds expectations of fresh stimulus from the ECB

Erik Meyersson, Senior Economist | erme03@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment Sweden — GDP confirms that the Swedish economy is cooling after years of booming climate

  1. Q2 GDP roughly in line with our own and Riksbank's forecasts; below consensus
  2. Growth slower than potential, implying that the boom continues to cool
  3. Today's weak print does not affect Riksbank, but we think developments ahead will force it to call off rate rises

Johan Löf, Senior Economist | jolo22@handelsbanken.se