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European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Negative rates are no silver bullet on their ownEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers persistEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Riksbank signals greater chance of a rate cutEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Where next for Stockholm office yields?European Economics > European Economics Update — Disparity in Nordic inflation rates to be sustained for nowEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Stars still aligned for more ECB supportEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish & Danish GDP (Q4)European Economics > European Economics Update — Rates hikes in Sweden remain a distant prospectEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Should Sweden be worried about deflation?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers cast shadow over recovery
European Economics > European Economics Weekly — The pitfalls in the euro-zone’s road to recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank likely to soften its stance furtherEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish & Danish GDP (Q3)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Signs of growth convergence provide little comfortEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Low interest rates supportive of Stockholm office values... for nowEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish and Norwegian rates on hold until 2015European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Growth prospects improve, but crisis unresolvedEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Riksbank’s economic forecasts still look too optimistic-SepEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q2 13)European Economics > European Economics Update — Forward guidance – the experience of Sweden
European Economics > European Economics Update — Riksbank’s economic forecasts still look too optimisticEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — How sustainable are Stockholm office yields?European Economics > European Economics Focus — Will Sweden & Norway lose their shine?European Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q1)European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Scandinavian investment demand flat-liningEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Debt concerns still dominating the Riksbank’s thoughtsEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — The crisis continuesEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — How will FX rates influence Nordic and Swiss property values?European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Falls in Swedish property values still more likely than notEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging European property continues to lose its shine
European Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q4 12)European Economics > European Economics Update — More rate cuts to come from the Swedish RiksbankEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Euro-zone recession to deepen in 2013European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank lowers rates and further cuts to comeEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will retail rents in Amsterdam and Helsinki continue to trend up?European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will the Oslo-Stockholm all-property yield differential widen?European Economics > European Data Response — Swiss & Swedish GDP (Q3)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — What is the outlook for retail rents in Stockholm?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — A lull in the stormEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish rate cut unlikely to be the last
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Focus — Will safe-haven flows prevent a fall in Stockholm office values?European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging Europe – at a turning point?European Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q2)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Bail-out talks are the next key hurdle for GreeceEuropean Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Investors shun Emerging Europe in the first quarterEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q1)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — RICS Global Survey too upbeat on Polish and Czech rental valuesEuropean Commercial Property > The Economic Drivers of European Commercial Property — Growth to disappoint as the euro-zone crisis drags onEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Are real estate equities understating the risks for 2012?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis unsolved as growth outlook darkens
European Economics > European Economics Weekly — The ECB has limited ammunitionEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Which European office markets are most at risk of oversupply?European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Swedish industrial rental outperformance on shaky groundEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q4)European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — Emerging European outperformance fadingEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish rate cut unlikely to be the lastEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crunch year for the euro-zone?European Commercial Property > The Economic Drivers of European Commercial Property — Euro-zone departures to exacerbate the downturnEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank cuts rates and more likely to comeEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Clouds form over the Swedish retail market
European Commercial Property > Non-euro European Commercial Property Chart Book — European property market is running out of bright spotsEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q3)European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deepening crisis to prompt widespread recessionEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Relative pricing levels of Nordic retail markets set to shiftEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q2)European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis deepens as slowdown spreads to the coreEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Rising interest rates not yet a threat to Swedish property valuationsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank hikes rates and signals more to comeEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Nordic investment market attractive, but difficult to enterEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q1)
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Danish investment market to continue lagging Scandinavian recoveryEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swiss & Swedish GDP (Q4)European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank becoming more hawkishEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Has Swedish industrial yield outperformance run its course?European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank signals more rate hikes to comeEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will a strong krona derail the recovery in Swedish industrial rents?European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank hikes rates and signals more to comeEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Interest rate rises unlikely to dampen Swedish property recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank continues to strike an upbeat toneEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will Stockholm's prime office yield underperformance last?
European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will Swedish property yields fall much further?European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank begins monetary policy tighteningEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q1)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Hope for a Swedish occupier and investment market recovery fadeEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q4)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Swedish economy continues to grow, but rental correction not overEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Scandinavian housing market recovery unlikely to lastEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank in no hurry to raise interest ratesEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Sweden: retail and industrial rental values are not in the clear yetEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish interest rates on hold for some time to come
European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish Riksbank not ready to take the next step, yetEuropean Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Weaker currencies unlikely to halt Scandinavian property downturnEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — The Baltics remain a weight on Sweden's shouldersEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Growing troubles in the Baltics add to Sweden's problemsEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Lessons from the Nordic financial crises of the 1990sEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Sweden likely to join the unconventional club soonEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish interest rates heading towards zeroEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish interest rates plunge by 1.75%European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish interest rates to fall to 3.0% by mid 2009European Economics > European Economics Update — European interest rates to fall much further
European Economics > European Economics Update — Riksbank signals that interest rates have peakedEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Riksbank signals further rate increasesEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish consumers starting to flagEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Riksbank raises rates to 4.25%European Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish interest rate expectations have fallen too far