In textbook 292, reading 28, question 22, the third paragraph says “due to recent monetary tightening by the Riksbank forward points for the SEK/EUR rate have swung to a premium.”
I do not understand the relationship. If the monetary policy is tighten, then there is less money supply, which means SEK will appreciate. So the SEK/EUR will decrease in the future (e.g. from 3 SEK per EUR to 2.5 SEK per EUR). Then the forward rate of SEK/EUR will decrease, which means a forward discount. Then why “forward points for the SEK/EUR rate have swung to a premium”?