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Fast Comment Norway — Preview: GDP, retail sales and registered unemployment

  1. Mainland GDP growth bouncing back from a temporary slowdown
  2. Retail spending supported by solid fundamentals
  3. The downtrend in unemployment has slowed a bit, probably due to increased supply

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — The best days in the labour market are behind us; new evidence in July unemployment data

  1. Unemployment has already started to rise, even though the economic boom has only recently begun to diminish
  2. No major slump in other labour demand data, yet
  3. Will we see signs this afternoon that fiscal policy will react to deterioration?

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Unemployment pushed higher by a recovering labour force participation rate

  1. LFS unemployment jumped to 3.6 pct in June
  2. Above expectations; we and consensus expected 3.4 pct
  3. The labour market is not particularly tight at the moment; policy rate to be kept unchanged

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Morgenrapport Norge —

  1. Italias statsminister går av; skulle Salvini ta over øker det sannsynligheten for nye konflikter med EU
  2. Oppmerksomheten rettes nå mot Feds rentereferat, og ikke minst Powells tale under Jackson Hole
  3. Her hjemme: Overraskende oppgang i AKU-ledigheten, presset opp av økt yrkesdeltagelse

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Finland — Decline in unemployment rate has come to a halt

  1. Unemployment rate (SA) at 6.6 percent in July
  2. Employment fell from the previous year
  3. We expect the unemployment rate will bottom out in 2019-20

Janne Ronkanen, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: Investment survey oil & gas and survey unemployment

  1. Investment survey to confirm solid growth impulse in 2019...
  2. ...outlook for 2020 more uncertain, and the upcoming survey will probably offer little clarity
  3. Survey unemployment expected to be unchanged in June (three months of May-July)

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |