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Norges Bank still in hawkish mood

Inflation in Norway has been falling faster than Norges Bank expected for some time, but with the core rate still a long way above target, today’s communications show that policymakers are not counting their chickens. While they now seem to envisage keeping interest rates unchanged until 2025, we still suspect that further declines in inflation will allow them to begin loosening monetary policy this year.

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