Brexit Crisis Seen Forcing Sweden to Keep Negative Rates Longer

  • Analysts are in consensus rates will be kept at minus 0.5%
  • U.K. Brexit could cool Swedish economic growth, inflation

June 23 changed everything. Sweden’s Riksbank, which had been preparing to raise rates next year, may have to scrap those plans after Britain left the European Union and sent markets into a tailspin.

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