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Fast Comment Denmark — Warm summer was a boon for industrial production

  1. Industrial production rose 1.4 percent m-o-m in July; not far from our expectation (1.0 percent)
  2. Warm summer lifted production in the food and drink industry
  3. Industry seems resilient to global uncertainties so far

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark |

Fast Comment Norway — Manufacturing output showing a clearer upward trend

  1. Manufacturing output increased by 0.9 percent in July
  2. Close to expectations; our forecast and consensus was for +1 percent
  3. Manufacturing output showing a clearer upward trend

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Danish Comment — Varm sommer var god for industriproduktionen

  1. Industriproduktionen steg med 1,4% m/m i juli - en smule over vores forventning på 1,0%
  2. Varm sommer medvirkede til at løfte produktionen i føde- og drikkevareindustrien
  3. Industrien ser således ud til at have modstandskraft over for de aktuelle store økonomiske usikkerheder

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark |

Fast Comment Sweden — Business sector production slump in July

  1. Shaky monthly data not a new trend
  2. Energy production fell while manufacturing growth is trending sideways
  3. Growth will be healthy in the future

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

UK Comment — UK manufacturing PMI weakest in over two years

  1. Headline PMI index down to 52.8 in August from 53.8 in July - weakest since July 2016
  2. Export orders plunging - pulled down by cooling global demand, trade tensions and Brexit uncertainty
  3. Sentiment suggests downside to near-term sector output growth

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |

Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: Business sector production weak and Riksbank on hold

  1. Production slump in July, but decent outlook going forward
  2. The Riksbank will stay on course for December hike, we expect
  3. Leaving no stone unturned: Are service prices about to become less of a worry for the Riksbank?

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |