(Bloomberg) -- Welcome to Monday Europe. Here’s news from Bloomberg Economics to help get your week started:
- Figures this week are forecast to show euro-area inflation could have reached its fastest since early 2017 on the back of more expensive oil and a rebound in travel costs
- In an interview with Bloomberg, Sweden’s finance minister says it’s time to look deeper into the framework of central bank independence
- Meanwhile, after almost six years of negative interest rates, Denmark’s government cut its forecast for inflation to well below the targeted level in the euro zone
- Indonesia’s new central bank governor set the stage for a second interest rate increase in two weeks after calling an early policy meeting for Wednesday
- Profit growth at Chinese industrial companies accelerated, snapping a streak of slowing expansion since October, as factory output remained robust
- A shortage of skilled workers in New Zealand has implications for the economy that policy makers will likely have to grapple with
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