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18-01-17 9:00 | Economic outlook

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Our analysts are hard at work compiling their updated economic forecasts as well as risk scenarios and special theme articles for Nordea’s flagship publication, the Economic Outlook.

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Time

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English

24 January, 14:00 CET

Helge J. Pedersen

http://ndea.mk/EO1801eng

Danish

24 January, 13:00 CET

Helge J. Pedersen

http://ndea.mk/EO1801den

Finnish

24 January, 12:00 EET

Aki Kangasharju, Tuuli Koivu

http://ndea.mk/EO1801fin

Norwegian

24 January, 12:00 CET

Kjetil Olsen, Joachim Bernhardsen

http://ndea.mk/EO1801nor

Swedish

24 January, 15:00 CET

Annika Winsth

http://ndea.mk/1801EOswe

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