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Fewer interest rate hikes keeps bopriser up

a Slower economic growth, partly due to a sharp fall in housing investment, and weaker inflation means that the Riksbank can hardly keep its promise of more int

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Fewer interest rate hikes keeps bopriser up

a Slower economic growth, partly due to a sharp fall in housing investment, and weaker inflation means that the Riksbank can hardly keep its promise of more interest rate hikes in the coming years, think SBAB's chief economist Robert Boije. It has caused him to change about the housing prices in the future.

"After having previously estimated that housing prices will fall slightly in the coming years due to expected increases in mortgage rates, the assessment is now in place to the housing prices will be more or less stationary in the average, the next three years," writes the Boije in a comment.

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