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Property slump push Swedish inflation down

The fact that Sweden’s inflation rate rose more than expected in November and December is a key reason why we expect the Riksbank to raise rates by 50bp next week. Looking further ahead, however, we are increasingly convinced that inflation will fall more rapidly in Sweden than elsewhere. 

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