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MNI RIKSBANK WATCH: A 75BP Hike Expected As Cycle Peak Nears

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The Riksbank is widely expected to hike 75bps in November, but elevated interest rate sensitivity and housing market fragility will make policymakers cautious.

(Repeats story first published on Nov 22)

The Riksbank is widely expected to hike by 75-basis-points on Thursday after its November meeting, following its 100bps increase in September, but hefty declines in property prices and the Swedish central bank's own research showing high household sensitivity to interest rates suggest it will signal the end of the tightening cycle is near.

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(Repeats story first published on Nov 22)

The Riksbank is widely expected to hike by 75-basis-points on Thursday after its November meeting, following its 100bps increase in September, but hefty declines in property prices and the Swedish central bank's own research showing high household sensitivity to interest rates suggest it will signal the end of the tightening cycle is near.

Keep reading...Show less