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“I can’t envision a worse timing when we have an economy with such low inflation, a depleted monetary policy, a big output gap in the economy”
The current situation in financial markets includes a significant number of unpredictable and unpleasant global trouble spots, yet stock markets are rising at a decent pace.
SEB sees continued recovery but also greater downside risks in its latest Nordic Outlook, stating that the Riksbank will cut key rate again in uncharted new political landscape.
- Sweden’s economy doesn’t need more government help as 'optimism is spreading'
- Fitch Affirms Sweden at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
- Swedish shows signs of growth as PMI rises
- Sweden no longer has world's highest taxes
- 'World economic growth is poised to accelerate'
- Banks urged to cut structural liquidity risks
- Multi-speed recovery in Nordics: outlook
- Globally, Tax Rate Policies Vary As Economies Continue to Reform Tax Compliance Systems
- OECD: Sweden's economy has lost momentum
- 2013 COLDWELL BANKER REAL ESTATE HOME LISTING REPORT FINDS MALIBU MOST EXPENSIVE MARKET IN UNITED STATES, CLEVELAND MOST AFFORDABLE
- Financial watchdog warns bank over liquidity risk
- 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