Downside risks to Swedish GDP-Riksbank minutes

SWEDEN - The balance of risks for Swedish growth and inflation are both skewed towards the downside over the next two years, according to the minutes of the Riksbank's last interest rate meeting released on Apr 9.

At the meeting, which was held on Mar 26, all members of the Riksbank's board agreed, in the light of external uncertainties and an unclear price picture at home, that the key repo rate should be left unchanged.

The board used as its reference point the latest Riksbank Inflation Report

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