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Fast Comment Denmark — A bit more speed in the economy than expected

  1. Preliminary GDP showed growth of 0.4% q-o-q in Q1 - a bit stronger than expected
  2. Car sales secured solid private consumption growth - but exports and investments disappointed
  3. We maintain our outlook of moderate growth but also that annual growth has peaked

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark | jeas01@handelsbanken.dk

Fast Comment Norway — Preview: Housing prices in May, manufacturing output in April

  1. Housing prices trending higher
  2. But the supply/demand balance and higher interest rates will have a dampening effect
  3. Manufacturing output probably rose in April

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist | maho60@handelsbanken.no

Danish Comment — Lidt mere gang i dansk økonomi end ventet

  1. De foreløbige BNP-tal peger på en vækst på 0,4% q/q i 1. kvartal - lidt stærkere end ventet
  2. Bilsalget sikrer solid fremgang i privatforbruget, men investeringerne og eksporten halter
  3. Vi fastholder vores forventning om udsigten til fortsat moderat vækst i dansk økonomi om end årsvæksten nok har toppet

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark | jeas01@handelsbanken.dk

Fast Comment Norway — Credit indicator growth in line with market expectations; stable household debt growth

  1. Credit indicator growth at 6.3 percent in April, as expected
  2. Stable household debt growth
  3. Household debt growth lower than expected by Norges Bank, but housing prices on the strong side

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist | maho60@handelsbanken.no

Fast Comment Sweden — Housing prices in April

  1. Housing prices increased slightly, somewhat stronger than expected
  2. The slowdown has been broad-based, despite regional differences
  3. Temporary effects are gradually fading out and prices seem to be stabilising

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist | hebo12@handelsbanken.se

Fast Comment Sweden — Preview: House prices in April (Wednesday)

  1. A quiet April?
  2. The index mainly captures developments in the larger cities
  3. Dampened demand for new production, but need for construction still exists

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist | hebo12@handelsbanken.se