The fall in the Riksbank’s target measure of inflation was largely due to a huge one-off drop in electricity prices but policymakers will focus more on the big increase in core inflation. This vindicates their recent decision to tighten policy and poses upside risks to our forecast that interest rates will peak at 3.5%.
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