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Fast Comment Sweden — Robust July inflation a small comfort for the Riksbank

  1. Headline inflation eases, but stays above the Riksbank's forecast amid still-strong underlying inflation
  2. But the tide is turning, as the cooling economy erodes the 2020 inflation outlook
  3. Hence, we stick to our call that the Riksbank will be forced to cancel its rate-rise plan

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Core inflation misses Norges Bank's forecast

  1. CPI-ATE down to 2.2% in July, burdened by domestic factors
  2. Core inflation trending downward
  3. Norges Bank will have to call off planned policy rate hike(s), in our view

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |

Fast Comment Sweden — Expect CPI report to show encouraging signs for the Riksbank, but the tide is about to turn - preview of July inflation

  1. Inflation to ease slightly, but remain above Riksbank forecast, for now
  2. With the cooling Swedish economy, even late-cyclical inflation indicators are now starting to roll over, dampening 2020 outlook
  3. This turning tide is central to our view that the Riksbank eventually cancels all planned rate rises

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: Housing prices and core inflation (July)

  1. Moderate upward price trend in the housing market
  2. Housing prices running somewhat below the nominal wage growth rate
  3. CPI-ATE close enough to Norges Bank’s short-term estimates

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

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 |

Fast Comment Sweden — Inflation drops below Riksbank target as years of fast energy price rises finally come to an end

  1. Inflation at lowest since early 2018, marking the start of a longer fall
  2. Will the Riksbank Executive Board look through this soft patch driven by energy prices?
  3. More dark clouds forming on the horizon - we stick to our forecast that the Riksbank will cancel planned rate rises

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |