"Despite a cautious increase in the momentum of global economic growth, the battle by central banks against deflation risks is not yet won", a Swedish bank says.
"The Ukraine conflict will worsen an already weak economic situation, which has largely been caused by structural problems, further accentuating the need for reforms".
FinMin: "We have indebtedness that is too high and some financial stability risks".
- Sweden unexpectedly returns to deflation
- Stockholm economy 'continues to perform well'
- Sweden's household debt hits monetary policy
- 'We are in a stock market-friendly phase'
- Private debt hits record in Sweden
- Finance chiefs in Sweden 'more optimistic'
- China offers 'worsened business climate': bank
- Swedish krona losing ground in global FX trading
- Outlook: 'Old' world resurges
- Nordic outlook: Low inflation will delay rate hike
- 'We had a very strong labor market report'
- Swedish business production on the rise
- 'Challenging situation for the Swedish economy'
- Swedish companies desire emerging currencies
- Sweden's economy drops unexpectedly
- Swedish riksbank likely to cut rates in September
- Krona drops after gloomy industrial output
- 'Households in a good position to spend more'
- Swedish krona continues to strengthen
- Swedish companies 'cautiously optimistic'