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UK Comment — UK inflation surpasses the 2% target on the way up

  1. CPI at 2.3 percent and CPI core at 2.0 percent in February
  2. Cost pressure is high, but on the weak side of consensus
  3. Inflation increasing somewhat faster than the Bank of England has assumed

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

Fast Comment Sweden — CPIF inflation at 2 percent in February, the highest rate in six years

  1. CPIF inflation in February: 2.0 percent (1.6 percent in January)
  2. CPI inflation in February: 1.8 percent (1.4 percent in January)
  3. 'Imported inflation' is now boosting inflation, huge shift vs. six months ago

Anders Brunstedt, Economist | anbr42@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment Norway — Core inflation far below Norges Bank's estimate, but housing price concerns will leave the rate path unchanged in March

  1. Core inflation at 1.6 percent y-o-y in February, following 2.1 percent in January
  2. Somewhat below expectations; we expected 1.7 percent and consensus 2.0 percent
  3. The large deviation from Norges Bank's forecast is extended into February

Halfdan Grangård, Economist | hagr11@handelsbanken.no

EMU Comment — Headline inflation back to 2%, but core inflation stable

  1. Inflation rose to 2 percent
  2. Stable core inflation, but unemployment still falling
  3. Is the ECB becoming more balanced?

Rasmus Gudum-Sessingø, Economist | ragu02@handelsbanken.dk

Fast Comment Sweden — January inflation in line with expectations

  1. January CPIF inflation down to 1.6 percent (1.9 percent in December)
  2. January CPI inflation down to 1.4 percent (1.7 percent in December)
  3. We overestimated food prices; potential upside for February reading

Anders Brunstedt, Economist | anbr42@handelsbanken.se

UK Comment — UK inflation somewhat lower than expected in January, but cost pressure is building faster

  1. CPI inflation 1.8% y-o-y in January, up from 1.6% in December (consensus: 1.9%)
  2. Core inflation unchanged at 1.6% in January (consensus: 1.7%); PPI input inflation highest since 2008
  3. Inflation probably not high enough for the BoE to lift rates, we believe

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