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Fast Comment Sweden — Inflation in January

  1. Inflation lower than expected...
  2. ...but this is partly due to the change in the CPI basket composition
  3. Worrying signs for future trends, mixed with positives; plenty of time for the Riksbank to digest the outcome

Johan Löf, Senior Economist | jolo22@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment Sweden — Preview of January inflation

  1. Not the thriller it could be: Inflation moving sideways
  2. Still, faced with a multitude of year-end effects, interpretation difficulties might emerge
  3. We struggle to find the service price weakness that the Riksbank highlighted yesterday

Johan Löf, Senior Economist | jolo22@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment US — CPI data keep inflation jitters alive

  1. Core CPI surprised on the upside with an increase of 0.3% m-o-m; consensus: 0.2% m-o-m
  2. Keeps the possibility of more aggressive Fed tightening alive
  3. Expect USD and yields to rise and stocks to fall

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark | jeas01@handelsbanken.dk

UK Comment — January CPI inflation in line with the Bank of England's expectation

    CPI inflation unchanged at 3.0 percent in January, CPI core inflation up to 2.7 percent from 2.5 percent in DecemberUK CPI inflation was unchanged at 3.0 percent y-o-y in January. This was in line with the Bank of England’s expectation, but slightly higher than the consensus expectation of 2.9 percent. Core inflation increased to 2.7 percent in January from 2.5 percent in December and beat the consensus expectation of 2.

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

CPI-ATE clearly undershoots expectations in January —

  1. CPI-ATE at 1.1 percent in January, down from 1.4 percent in December
  2. Clearly weaker than Norges Bank's estimate of 1.4 percent
  3. Air fares and clothing and shoes pulled down the y-o-y rate

Halfdan Grangård, Senior Economist | hagr11@handelsbanken.no

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: Manufacturing output, core inflation and Mainland GDP

  1. Manufacturing output trending upwards
  2. Core inflation expected at 1.3 percent in January, slightly down from 1.4 percent in December
  3. 4Q mainland GDP growth estimated at 0.7 percent q-o-q, up from 0.6 percent in Q3

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