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3 July 2014 By Swaha Pattanaik

The Nordic nation has slashed interest rates more than expected. Sweden is a small, open economy with an independent central bank. So this will be an excellent post-crisis test case of the power of monetary policy to fight deflation when asset prices are rising. It won’t be easy.

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