Swedish MPs propose dual mandate for Riksbank

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Swedish MPs propose reforming Sveriges Riksbank’s mandate to add an employment target to the current inflation goal.

The Riksbank Committee, which consists of representatives of all the parties in the Riksdag, or parliament, submitted its final set of proposals to the Swedish government on November 29. The Riksbank, and other interested parties, have until March 2020 to respond to the report.

MPs propose that, “without setting aside the price stability objective, the Riksbank should contribute

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