Sweden's Heikensten on the economic outlook

In a speech on current monetary policy Sveriges Riksbank governor Lars Heikensten said on 4 April growth is expected to be around three per cent a year, higher than what the economy is deemed capable of sustaining in the long run.

"The composition of demand was forecast to be notably different from last year. We foresaw a smaller contribution from foreign trade and an increasing one from primarily investment, but also from private consumption. Given such developments, with domestic demand

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