Riksbank submits account of monetary policy 2012


Sweden's Riksbank has published its account of monetary policy in 2012 for consideration by the country's parliament, the Riksdag – recapping how it cut rates last year in the face of below-target inflation and weak economic growth.

The Sveriges Riksbank said the publication is "a basis for assessment" of its monetary policy, and "not an assessment in itself" – adding that the report is presented for the Riksdag's Committee on Finance, and others, "to concur with the Riksbank's conclusions or to

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