Sweden: CPIF inflation likely to ease to 2.0% y/y - TDS

Analysts at TD Securities are looking for Swedish CPIF inflation to ease to 2.0% y/y from 2.1% on account of lower fuel prices.

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“Food prices also could disappoint on the back of recent currency appreciation. We also eye weakness in apparel, communications and package holidays. On balance this suggests that ex-energy CPIF could slip further to 1.3% y/y, again disappointing the Riksbank's forecast of 1.5%.”

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