08 Mar 2007
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The Inflation Report has changed name to Monetary Policy Report
Why has the Riksbank changed the Inflation Report?
The Riksbank is constantly working on making it easier for external parties to follow, understand and evaluate its monetary policy. Our ambition is for the Monetary Policy Report to be clear and easily understood by a broad group of people. The purpose of a report of this kind is not merely to produce background material for monetary policy decisions, but also to spread knowledge about the Riksbank’s assessments.
Riksbank publishes its own forecast for the repo rate
In connection with the publication of the first Monetary Policy Report, the Riksbank chose to publish its own forecast for the repo rate. A box in the report contains more information on this, to read more follow the links at the bottom of the page.
When and how will the report be presented?
The first Monetary Policy Report was presented on 15 February at 9.30 a.m. on
. The printed version was issued on the day after publication, that is, 16 February.
Why is the printed version presented later?
To enable speedy publication, the report was first presented digitally on
. The reason for this change is that the report now contains information on the monetary policy decision and therefore has to be published after the monetary policy meeting.
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The publication: Monetary policy in Sweden
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