Sweden's Rosenberg on monetary policy

Sveriges Riksbank deputy governor Irma Rosenberg gave a speech on Tuesday saying new information made available since January appears to confirm indications in December that the development of economic activity is stronger than expected.

"In the light of these developments, it seems reasonable to adjust the GDP forecasts for 2005 and 2006 upwards slightly compared with our expectations in December," said Rosenberg.

"The situation in the Swedish labour market appeared to be somewhat brighter in

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