2 The global economy, financial markets and commodity markets

June 2008
Monetary Policy Report (Norges Bank);Jun2008, Vol. 2, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents the global economy outlook. The inflation and interest rates in the international market has increased. The growing prices of oil, food and other commodities have resulted to the increase of the consumer prices in both emerging and industrial market economies. The condition has also affected the economic performance of Norway.


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