Minutes: Riskbank united in policy hold

Board members stress having more policy meetings will give them flexibility in 2024

Sveriges Riksbank
Photo: Arild Vågen

The Sveriges Riksbank was unanimous in its decision to hold interest rates unchanged at 4% at its latest monetary policy meeting, according to minutes released today (December 4).

The fact that the number of policy meetings will increase in 2024 may have contributed to the agreement, because it gives officials more opportunities to fine-tune the board’s response to above-target inflation.

In October, the consumer price index at a fixed interest rate, which is the measure the Riksbank uses for

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