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Repo rate raised by 0.25 percentage points
At its meeting on 19 June, the Executive Board of the Riksbank decided to raise the repo rate by 0.25 percentage points to 3.50 per cent. At the same time, they made the assessment that the repo rate will need to be around 4 per cent at the end of the year. Over the coming years it is probable that the interest rate will need to be raised further. The interest rate raises are expected to help ensure inflation is in line with the target from next year and onwards, and that production and employment will develop in a stable manner.
Gernandt: How new Riksbank Governors are appointed
Johan Gernandt, Chairman of the General Council of the Riksbank, describes the procedure for appointing a new member of the Executive Board in an article published in the Riksbank's staff magazine "Bancoposten".
Portfolio Investments April 2007
Cross-border portfolio investment generated a net outflow of SEK 35.2 billion in April. Equity trading resulted in a net outflow of SEK 7.7 billion and debt securities gave an outflow of SEK 27.5 billion. In all, foreign investors sold Swedish debt securities to a net total of SEK 13.3 billion. Behind this flow were net sales of long-term SEK-denominated securities, primarily those issued by the Government.
Riksbank's historical collections transferred to Royal Coin Cabinet
Ingves: The relationship between the Swedish Riksbank and the Riksdag
Rosenberg: Monetary policy with our own interest rate path
Öberg: Productivity and monetary policy
Balance of Payments, Q1, 2007
Rosenberg: The Riksbank and monetary policy
The minutes of the Executive Board's monetary policy meeting from 19 June 2007 will be published.
Portfolio Investment, May 2007
Portfolio Investment, June 2007
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