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Riksbanken sänker reporäntan 25 punkter till 1,75%

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STOCKHOLM (Direkt) Riksbanken sänker reporäntan med 0,25 procentenheter till 1,75 procent. Nivån gäller till nästa penningpolitiska möte.

Enligt SME Direkts enkät bland 15 analytiker räknade nio med att styrräntan skulle sänkas 0,25 procentenheter, till 1,75 procent, medan övriga sex räknade med att styrräntan skulle lämnas oförändrad.

Riksbanken ändrade senast reporäntan vid det penningpolitiska möte den 4 juli 2011, då den höjdes med 0,25 procentenheter.


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