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UK Comment — New signals from the BoE?

  1. We expect no change to monetary policy
  2. GDP has been stronger than expected, but labour market and inflation broadly in line
  3. BoE will offer new take on Brexit uncertainty

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |

UK Comment — Still robust labour market

  1. Catch-up in both employment and labour force growth
  2. Claims increasing, but surveys indicate labour market is still robust
  3. We believe Brexit-related uncertainty will keep wage growth subdued

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |

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 |

Central bank calendar — 2018

• Federal Reserve
• European Central Bank
• Bank of England
• Riksbank
• Norges Bank
• Bank of Japan
• Swiss National Bank
• Reserve Bank of Australia
• Reserve Bank of New Zealand
• Bank of Canada

Kiran Sakaria, Junior Strategist |

UK Comment — No new signals from the Bank of England

  1. BoE assessment broadly unchanged
  2. We still think the BoE is too optimistic about GDP and wage growth
  3. We expect the bank rate to remain unchanged at 0.5% over the next two years

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |