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Swedish Rate Wrap — Rising inflation sets stage for continued pressure on interest rates

Following recent dramatic increases in rates, predominantly in the US, it is fitting to examine how much higher rates can go. Rising inflation and a continued strong economy moving forward indicate a continued upside.

On the domestic front, we conclude that the Riksbank remains on track to hike the repo rate in September, despite a significantly lower inflation forecast. We will also review next week's vital CPI figures, which will set the tone for the entire year.

Claes Måhlén, Chief Strategist |

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 |

Fast Comment Sweden — Riksbank monetary policy decision: No news that rocks the boat

  1. Outlook for repo rate more or less unchanged
  2. Non-negligible changes to inflation forecasts
  3. Ohlsson enters a reservation once again

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — The Riksbank's business cycle indicator hits a record high

  1. The booming economy will bolster cost pressures
  2. And also inflation, thereby supporting the Riksbank's inflation and repo rate forecasts
  3. We expect core inflation to reach 2 percent around the end of the year

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Global Konjunkturprognos - uppdatering — Mogen konjunktur förändrar riskbilden

• Stark inledning på 2018 - svagare avslutning
• Medvindar mojnar för tillgångsmarknader
• Uppåtrisk för inflation och räntor

Ann Öberg, Head of Economic Research |

Global Macro Forecast - update — Mature business cycle changes the risk profile

• Strong start to 2018, but a weaker ending
• Asset price tailwinds subsiding
• Upside risks to inflation and interest rates

Ann Öberg, Head of Economic Research |