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“I can’t envision a worse timing when we have an economy with such low inflation, a depleted monetary policy, a big output gap in the economy”
The current situation in financial markets includes a significant number of unpredictable and unpleasant global trouble spots, yet stock markets are rising at a decent pace.
SEB sees continued recovery but also greater downside risks in its latest Nordic Outlook, stating that the Riksbank will cut key rate again in uncharted new political landscape.
"Despite a cautious increase in the momentum of global economic growth, the battle by central banks against deflation risks is not yet won", a Swedish bank says.
- Swedish shows signs of growth as PMI rises
- Sweden no longer has world's highest taxes
- 'World economic growth is poised to accelerate'
- Banks urged to cut structural liquidity risks
- Multi-speed recovery in Nordics: outlook
- Globally, Tax Rate Policies Vary As Economies Continue to Reform Tax Compliance Systems
- OECD: Sweden's economy has lost momentum
- 2013 COLDWELL BANKER REAL ESTATE HOME LISTING REPORT FINDS MALIBU MOST EXPENSIVE MARKET IN UNITED STATES, CLEVELAND MOST AFFORDABLE
- Financial watchdog warns bank over liquidity risk
- Sweden unexpectedly returns to deflation
- Stockholm economy 'continues to perform well'
- Sweden's household debt hits monetary policy
- 'We are in a stock market-friendly phase'
- Private debt hits record in Sweden
- Finance chiefs in Sweden 'more optimistic'
- China offers 'worsened business climate': bank
- Swedish krona losing ground in global FX trading
- Outlook: 'Old' world resurges
- Nordic outlook: Low inflation will delay rate hike
- 'We had a very strong labor market report'