Riksbank Says Sweden Needs to Curb Household Debt

April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves talks about the rise in household debt in Sweden and the decision to leave the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 1 percent. He spoke in Stockholm with Bloomberg's Johan Carlstrom. (Source: Bloomberg)

U.K. Faces Hard Brexit as Consumer Confidence Wanes
07:51 - U.K. households are starting to feel the pain from Brexit-induced pressure on their finances. Multiple reports on Friday showed consumer confidence falling and a weakening of households’ spending power. All of that is likely a reaction to a jump in inflation, which some economists see reaching 3 percent next year as the pound’s post-referendum depreciation feeds through into prices. Brewin Dolphin Head of Fund Research Ben Gutteridge discusses with Nejra Cehic and Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
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