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Fast Comment Finland — Finnish labour market is strong, yet the labour market dispute clouds the outlook in the long-term

  1. Unemployment rate (SA) 7.4 percent in September
  2. Employment growth still strong, yet likely to moderate
  3. The ongoing labour market dispute is a long term risk rather than immediate concern to the economy

Tiina Helenius, Chief Economist Finland |

Fast Comment Norway — Preview LFS unemployment and Norges Bank

    We expect the survey unemployment rate (LFS) fell to 3.8 percent in AugustUnemployment (both registered and survey) has basically levelled out this year. The LFS unemployment rate has hovered around 3.9-4.0 percent since January, and it was also 4 percent in July (three months of June-August). The performance so far has been weaker than anticipated by Norges Bank, and in its September Monetary Policy Report, Norges Bank had to make upward adjustments to its near-term unemployment outlook.

    Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |

Fast Comment Sweden — Unemployment has picked up but labour market still strong

  1. Third quarter unemployment higher than forecast
  2. Driven by rising labour supply
  3. If demand stays high more jobs will be created, keeping unemployment in check

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

UK Comment — UK wage growth accelerates, while employment growth weakens

  1. Unemployment rate unchanged at 4.0 percent, regular pay growth up to 3.1 percent
  2. Wage growth stronger than the Bank of England's short-term expectation
  3. Weaker employment growth could temper wage growth ahead

Kari Due-Andresen, Chief Economist Norway |

Fast Comment Sweden — Week ahead: Unemployment likely recoiled in September

  1. Overall strong labour market, despite unemployment disappointment
  2. We see lower unemployment in September, but the need to lift forecast likely remains

Johan Löf, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment US — Unemployment hits its lowest rate since 1969

  1. Labour market conditions still tightening; unemployment at its lowest rate since 1969
  2. Moderate wage growth
  3. Fed on course for a rate hike in December

Anders Bergvall, Senior Economist |