Sweden's berg on the economy and monetary policy

In a speech given on Tuesday 30 May, Sveriges Riksbank deputy governor Svante berg said in his experiences of forecasting work there is considerable uncertainty linked to longer-term forecasts.

"On 27 April, I and my colleagues on the Executive Board of the Riksbank decided to hold the policy rate unchanged at 2 per cent, on 11 May the minutes of the Executive Board's monetary policy meeting were published and on 19 May we published a description of the monetary policy framework. These events

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