Norges Bank Inflation Report, November 2006

Norges Bank published its Third Inflation Report for November 2006 on Wednesday 1 November. Even after several years of robust growth in the domestic and global economy, underlying inflation remains low.

"There is little spare capacity in the Norwegian economy. Growth is strong in most industries, and profitability in the business sector is solid. At the same time, the krone exchange rate has depreciated from strong values. Capacity utilisation in the economy is rising. Demand in the household

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