Riksbank’s Jansson warned of inflation disappointment at hike meeting

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Per Jansson

Sveriges Riksbank’s Per Jansson expressed concern over the “disappointing” inflation outcomes in Sweden in recent months, voting against a rate hike, the minutes of the December monetary policy meeting show.

Headline CPIF (consumer price index with fixed interest rate) inflation had been forecast at 2.5% in both October and November, but the outcome was 2.4% in October and 2.1% in November, Jansson noted.

“Although the outcomes for CPIF inflation were in a strict sense closer to the inflation

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