Bank of Finland articles on the economy
Bank of Finland Bulletin 3/2019 - Economic forecast for the Finnish economy
Published 11 Jun 2019
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Bank of Finland Bulletin 2/2019 - Financial stability
Published 9 May 2019
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Public finances need more room for manoeuvre19 June 2019, Bank of Finland Bulletin 3/2019
Active measures to strengthen the public finances should be taken when the economy is in good heart.
Rising household debt levels must be addressed in time9 May 2019, Bank of Finland Bulletin 2/2019
Finnish households have a worrying level of debt. Advance measures should be taken to prevent the accumulation of excessive debt.
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Finland’s economic growth will be slower during the next three years. Growth has also slowed in the euro area and elsewhere around the world. However, there are still possibilities for growth in the Finnish economy.
Abundant construction in the Helsinki metropolitan area has put a brake on apartment prices.
Even if the employment rate were to remain unchanged, the number of employed would decline by 15,000 over the years 2019–2021.
Short-lived volatility in consumer prices make it harder to monitor price pressures within the economy. Measures of core inflation describe price developments that are not driven by temporary factors.
If economic growth in the immediate years ahead does not exceed around 1.5%, achievement of the 75% employment target is unlikely.
Economist robot currently forecasts a marked slowdown in growth. The forecast has weakened substantially during the spring with the release of new statistical data.
See forecast tables for the Finnish economy in 2019–2021.
Read our accessible assessment of the Finnish economy for the years 2019–2021.
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