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Fast Comment Sweden — GDP growth surprised on the upside in Q4

  1. GDP growth at 1.2 percent in Q4 (seasonally adjusted), following the plunge in the third quarter
  2. Strong exports fuelled by weak krona, but investments a disappointment
  3. Rebound in household consumption, but consumption of vehicles continues to dampen growth

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist |

Danish Comment — Danske nøgletal - uge 9: Tegn på afmatning efter stærk vækst i 4. kvartal

  1. Detailsalget ventes at være faldet med 0,5% m/m i januar
  2. Stigende lagre og færre ordrer giver negativt pres på industriens konjunkturbarometer i februar
  3. BNP-væksten var overraskende stærk i 4. kvartal, formentligt holdt oppe af lagre og nettoeksport

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark |

Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: GDP back on its feet, but economic sentiment to cool further

  1. GDP not showing a technical recession, we forecast
  2. Economic sentiment in gradual descent
  3. Stay alert on shaky retail sales

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Business sector production in December: stronger than expected

  1. Production growth supports our view of accelerating GDP in Q4
  2. Construction sector continues to weigh on the total, despite a spike in December
  3. We continue to expect a gradual slowdown in coming years

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Mainland GDP growth bouncing back; rate hike in March

  1. Mainland GDP growth of 0.9 percent in Q4; matching our estimate and above consensus and Norges Bank
  2. Rising petroleum investments will continue to add to growth in 2019
  3. Rate hike in March

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: GDP, manufacturing output and housing prices

  1. Mainland GDP growth holding up well in the near term
  2. Upside risk to Norges Bank's near-term estimate; supporting a rate hike in March
  3. Housing market: Modestly positive outlook for Q1 (and 2019 as a whole)

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |