The synchronous recovery of the global economy remains strong at the beginning of 2018. Many countries are now struggling with skilled labour shortages and signs of building wage pressures are emerging especially in the central and eastern European countries. This could spread to other European countries at a more mature stage of the economic cycle, including Denmark, Norway and Sweden, says Nordea’s Group Chief Economist, Helge Pedersen.
Read more in the latest issue of the Nordea Economic Outlook, with updated views and forecasts for the Nordic and global economies, as well as special theme articles.
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Don’t miss the webinar and live Q&A with Nordea’s Group Chief Economist Helge Pedersen today at 14:00 CET.
|Language||Time||Presenter(s)||Sign-up link||Podcast link|
|English||24 January, 14:00 CET||Helge J. Pedersen||http://ndea.mk/EO1801eng||Coming soon|
|Danish||24 January, 13:00 CET||Helge J. Pedersen||http://ndea.mk/EO1801den||http://ndea.mk/2rwgQxG|
|Finnish||24 January, 12:00 EET||Aki Kangasharju, Tuuli Koivu||http://ndea.mk/EO1801fin||Coming soon|
|Norwegian||24 January, 12:00 CET||Kjetil Olsen, Joachim Bernhardsen||http://ndea.mk/EO1801nor||Coming soon|
|Swedish||24 January, 15:00 CET||Annika Winsth||http://ndea.mk/1801EOswe||Coming soon|