Research Briefing | Jul 20, 2021

Sweden | Volatile start to Q2 does not change our view

Sweden | Volatile start to Q2 does not change our view

Sweden’s economy grew by 0.4% in May according to the monthly GDP
indicator. This followed strong growth in March and a weak April, with both
months affected by tax changes for registering new cars introduced on 1 April.

What you will learn:

  • The job recovery continues at a steady pace
  • As expected, inflation dipped further in June
  • The crisis brought a major fiscal response that will continue in 2021 and 2022

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