Although high inflation now would merit a rise in rates, "against the background of the turbulence in financial markets, high premiums in the money market and uncertainty about the global economic outlook, it is nevertheless appropriate to leave the key policy rate unchanged now," said the governor, Svein Gjedrem.
The year-on-year rise
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