Riksbank focused on falling krona, weak inflation and instability – minutes

Sveriges Riksbank

Sweden’s rate-setters focused their attention on the weak krona, low inflation and sources of international instability at their last policy meeting on September 5, say minutes released today (September 17).

The executive board of Sveriges Riksbank acknowledged “it is not easy to know what has driven” the Swedish currency lower over the last quarters. Policy-makers agreed it could be a combination of international uncertainty and lower price pressures in Sweden. Nonetheless, “the assessment is

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