Sweden’s central bank, the Riksbank, has postponed plans to tighten monetary policy over concerns about sluggish inflation, keeping its repo rate at -0.50 per cent. Deputy governor Henry Ohlsson entered a reservation against the decision, advocating raising the rate to -0.25 per cent.
Analysts are now suggesting that a raise in the benchmark rate could be pushed back until 2019.
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