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Sweden To Jump On The Band Wagon And Hike I R

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http://www.thelocal.se/article.php?ID=3539&date=20060412

Swedish interest rate hike "likely in April"

Published: 12th April 2006 12:26 CET

Inflation in Sweden is creeping up and could be paving the way for a rise in interest rates within two weeks, say analysts.
And that could mean that increasing interest rate costs swallow part of the government's planned pre-election expenditure in areas such as child benefit.
The Riksbank has already raised the key interest rate twice this year, taking it from a record low of 1.5% to 2.0%. Most analysts have been anticipating a pause, with a third increase in June. But recent statistics have strongly increased the chances of an interest rate rise in April.

Canada too:

http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/st...f632495&k=22743

Hot housing market apt to spur interest rates upward

Eric Beauchesne, CanWest News Service

Published: Wednesday, April 12, 2006

OTTAWA - The surge in prices for new homes is now nearing the increases of the late '80s housing boom, and will likely start putting upward pressure on inflation, analysts warned Tuesday in the wake of further surprising evidence of a hotter-than-expected real estate market.
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