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Swedish CPIF inflation up 8.5 pct yr/yr in June

·1-min read
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STOCKHOLM, July 14 (Reuters) - Consumer prices in Sweden, measured with a fixed interest rate, rose 1.2

percent in June from the previous month and were up 8.5 percent from

the same month last year, the statistics office (SCB) said on Thursday.

The central bank targets 2 percent CPIF inflation.

CPI inflation was 1.4 percent on the month and 8.7 percent on the year.

CONSUMER PRICES June May June forecast

CPIF month/month +1.2 +1.0 +0.9

CPIF year/year +8.5 +7.2 +8.1

CPI month/month +1.4 +1.0 +1.1

CPI year/year +8.7 +7.3 +8.3

All figures are percentages.

LINKS:

For previous stories on CPIF please see [SECPFY=ECI]

MARKET REACTION:

For Swedish crown click on <EURSEK=> <SEK=> <.TCW> <.KIXI>

For crown Forward Rate Agreements <SEKFRA>

Swedish bond reaction <0#SETSY=>

Swedish T-Bill reaction <0#SETSYS=>

Swedish benchmark bond reaction <0#SEBMK=>

(Reporting by Stockholm Newsroom)

((simon.c.johnson@thomsonreuters.com)(+46 8 700 1045)(Reuters

Messaging: simon.c.johnson.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))

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