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Fast Comment Sweden — Negative growth in Q3 less of a concern that it might appear; expect a rebound in Q4

  1. GDP growth temporarily turned negative; outcome close to lower end of expectations range
  2. Weak headline GDP masks underlying strengths
  3. Will the Riksbank care? Perhaps. We stick with February hike

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Denmark — Industry defies global weaknesses

  1. The business barometer for industry rose from -2 to -1 in November - better than expected
  2. The service barometer declined, as expected, from 10 to 8 - the lowest level since April 2017
  3. Construction sentiment defied signals of slowdown, with an increase from -2 to 1

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark |

Danish Comment — Industrien holder skindet på næsen trods global usikkerhed

  1. Industriens konjunkturbarometer steg fra -2 til -1 i november, hvilket var bedre end ventet, men lagrene stiger og ordrerne er svagere
  2. Servicesektorens barometer faldt som ventet fra 10 til 8 - det svageste niveau siden april 2017
  3. Byggesektoren trodser tegn på opbremsning med en stigning fra -2 til 1

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark |

Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: negative GDP growth in third quarter? We think not, and near-term outlook is bright

  1. Strong economy, weak quarter
  2. Reasons to stay positive on third quarter growth...
  3. well as the GDP outlook

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Expectations Survey Q4: modest wage outlook, some lower profitability and employment expectations

  1. Near-term wage outlook in line with Norges Bank, but medium-term expectations well below
  2. Some lower corporate profitability and employment expectations for next 12 months
  3. Tentative signs of some underlying momentum weakening for the economy

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Denmark — Surprisingly strong GDP-growth in Q3

  1. The GDP indicator showed growth of 0.7 percent q-o-q in Q3 - much stronger than we had expected
  2. Growth was more than twice as strong as in the eurozone
  3. The GDP indicator is however surrounded by uncertainty

Jes Asmussen, Chief Economist Denmark |