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Fast Comment Sweden — Business sector production in February is one more sign of a cooling economy

  1. Downward revision to January, growth stalls
  2. Still high level of production, sustaining bright labour market
  3. New macro forecast report tomorrow!

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: Inflation and production both slowing, but 2019 outlook differs between the two

  1. Inflation expected well below Riksbank's forecast in last reading ahead of policy meeting
  2. Harder to disentangle the signal from the noise, but we forecast near-term rise in underlying inflation
  3. Worsening outlook for business sector output

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — The manufacturing trend has slowed a bit, but still positive

  1. Manufacturing output down 0.3 percent in February, below expectations of +0.3 percent
  2. Second consecutive decline, although the 3-month change remains positive
  3. Rising petroleum investments giving a temporary boost; slowing expected from next year

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Manufacturing output: slight decline in January, but still robust upward trend

  1. Manufacturing output slightly down by 0.2 percent in January, somewhat weaker than expected
  2. But upward trend remains intact; manufacturing up 1.3 percent over past three months
  3. In particular driven by increasing activity among oil-supplying industries

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — January business sector production eased and growth will soften further, we forecast

  1. Production growth recoiled in January after healthy growth momentum lately
  2. Despite falling construction, overall growth held up well last year
  3. Expect a more tangible deceleration as manufacturing orders are no longer soaring

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: manufacturing output and monthly mainland GDP

  1. Manufacturing output boosted by rising petroleum investments
  2. Mainland GDP growth probably picked up in January
  3. Manufacturing expected to be up 0.5 percent, mainland GDP up 0.6 percent in January

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |