Sweden’s inflation rate fell less in May thanks to Beyoncé | Displays

Sweden's inflation rate fell less in May thanks to Beyoncé |  Displays

Inflation in Sweden fell less than expected in May as many fans flocked to Stockholm for Beyoncé’s world tour. This is what economists at Danske Bank suspect.

Written by the American singer, who is currently touring on her Renaissance Tour, she drew more than 80,000 visitors in Stockholm over two nights. luck. Economists suspect that the fans contributed to a significant increase in hotel and entertainment prices. “We expect this upward surprise to be reversed in June as hotel and ticket prices return to normal,” said Michael Grahn, chief economist.

The 41-year-old singer will be in Amsterdam on Saturday, June 17th and Sunday, June 18th. She started her tour in Stockholm. She also visits Germany, Canada, Poland, Belgium and America. The tour is for her seventh studio album Renaissancewhich came out on July 29, 2022. For the album, the singer received a lot of praise. The record reached No. 1 worldwide on several best albums of 2022 lists.

Beyoncé last performed in the Netherlands in June 2018. Then she held a concert with her husband Jay-Z, which was about the On The Run Tour.

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