Swedish c bank gov stands by Dec inflation outlook

SWEDEN - Swedish inflation, currently running well in excess of three percent, looks set to slow to levels around the central bank's two percent target, central bank, or Riksbank, Governor Urban Backstrom said on Saturday.

By reiterating the economic conclusions made by the bank in its latest quarterly inflation report in December and by pointing out that the bank had opted then to leave interest rates unchanged, Backstrom seemed to signal that monetary policy will remain on hold at a board

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