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Repo rate raised by 0.25 percentage points to 4 per cent
At its meeting on 29 October, the Executive Board of the Riksbank decided to raise the repo rate by 0.25 percentage points to 4 per cent. It is also probable that the interest rate will need to be raised slightly further in the future. During the first half of 2008 the repo rate is expected to be around 4.25 per cent. The Riksbank’s view of the future repo rate path remains largely the same as in June. The assessment is that the interest rate increases will contribute to an inflation rate in line with the 2 per cent target at the same time as production and employment develop in a balanced manner.
The employee survey in 2007
81 per cent of employees at the Riksbank are satisfied with their work situation, which is an improvement of 14 percentage points on last year. Employees at the Riksbank feel a strong sense of motivation and commitment to their work. Exchange of knowledge and cooperation between employees works well. The employee survey in 2007 also shows there is still a high level of confidence in Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves and in line managers. In addition, the survey shows a level of improvement in all areas.
Financial market statistics including money supply, September 2007. Press release on Statistics Sweden’s website
Economics prize is awarded to Leonid Hurwicz, Eric Maskin, and Roger Myerson
Rosenberg: Monetary policy and the Riksbank’s communication
The Costs of Paying – Private and Social Costs of Cash and Card Payments
Wickman-Parak: The Riksbank and monetary policy – perspectives on interest rate forecasts
Riksbank reallocates gold and foreign currency reserves
Monetary Policy Report 2007:3 will be published and the repo rate decision from the monetary policy meeting on 29 October is announced.
Press conference about the Monetary Policy Report and the repo rate decision
Executive Board meeting
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