Riksbank presents monetary policy report to Swedish parliament


The Riksbank today, April 10, presented its annual Material for Assessing Monetary Policy report to the finance committee of the Swedish parliament.

The 2011 report sets out a roadmap of monetary policy decisions taken by the central bank and reveals that the Swedish economy grew by 3.9% in 2011, compared with what the central bank calls "a good 6%" in 2010. The central bank was anxious to stress that Sweden's recovery from the financial crisis has been faster than that experienced by other

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