Executive board members of Sveriges Riksbank hold different outlooks about future rate decisions, minutes of the last monetary policy decision on July 2 show.
After that meeting, the Swedish central bank kept interest rates unchanged at –0.25%. In April, the central bank abandoned the tightening path it had started in December 2018, when it hiked rates for the first time since 2011. A majority of the six board members decided to postpone new rate increases and prolong government bond purchases
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