Riksbank's Nyberg-Sweden after the euro referendum

Deputy Governor of the Sveriges Riksbank Lars Nyberg spoke on 24 September at Swedbank Capital Markets Day about the Riksbank and the situation of the Swedish economy following the referendum.

Source: Sveriges Riksbank

"A majority of the Swedish population voted "no" to introducing the euro in the referendum. What this means for the Riksbank is that we will continue to conduct monetary policy on the basis of forecasts of inflation 1-2 years ahead. The target for monetary policy is, as before,

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