Sweden: CPI numbers disappointed the markets - BBH

Analysts at BBH note that the Sweden's CPI disappointed and the market immediately took it out on the Swedish krona.  

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“It is the weakest of the major currencies, losing about 0.55% against both the dollar and euro.  The market appeared to have been anticipating that a firm inflation report would encourage the end of the super-easy monetary stance in the face of strong growth and inflation above target.  For the record, the CPIF, which uses fixed mortgage interest rates, rose 0.2%, half of the median expectation, for an unchanged 2.3% year-over-year rate.”  

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