Riksbank's minutes show division on rates

Minutes from the Sveriges Riksbank's 29 March meeting published Monday 16 April show the central bank's board members were not unanimous in their decision to leave the repo rate unchanged at 3.25%.

Deputy governor Svante Oeberg was against the decision to keep the repo rate unchanged and noted that the upside risks to inflation have increased significantly since the February monetary policy meeting.

"Developments in the real economy have been stronger than forecast, the labour market has

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