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Fast Comment Sweden — September inflation unexpectedly back in line with Riksbank's forecast: Exit night, enter light?

  1. No, worries remain. Base effects from last year’s drought-induced price spikes mean inflation set to pick up more
  2. However, forward-looking indicators are rolling over, so next year will see durably slower inflation
  3. Still likely that the Riksbank will call off planned rate rises, in our view

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — CPI-ATE a touch above expectations; deviation too small to affect the key policy rate

  1. CPI-ATE rounded up to 2.2 percent in September; marginally above expectations
  2. Deviation too small to affect the trajectory of the key policy rate path
  3. We continue to believe the base case is for Norges Bank to keep its policy rate on hold

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: Fiscal budget for 2020 and core inflation for September

  1. Core inflation (CPI-ATE) hovering around target
  2. The budget proposal should be a non-event for financial markets
  3. Norges Bank to keep its policy rate unchanged for the foreseeable future

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: Inflation to hit short-term bottom, business production to confirm worsening sentiment data

  1. Inflation to have eased further in September, but near-term pickup awaits despite growth outlook doom and gloom
  2. A longer-lasting drop in inflation is not expected to take hold until next year
  3. Production growth to have stayed on downward trend, reinforcing our below-consensus GDP forecast

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

EMU Comment — Another disinflationary month

  1. Another disinflationary month
  2. Big four euro countries drive down inflation
  3. Ongoing disinflation strengthens ECB doves

Erik Meyersson, Senior Economist |

UK Comment — UK inflation easing markedly in August

  1. CPI inflation down to 1.7% and core CPI inflation down to 1.5 percent in August
  2. Inflation below market expectations, but roughly in line with the BoE forecast
  3. We expect the BoE to sit perfectly still tomorrow

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |