The euro advanced for a sixth day against the dollar, the longest streak in almost a year, as regional finance ministers met in an attempt to break a deadlock about a single resolution mechanism for failed European banks.
Sanna Andersson was looking for new digs. The 23-square-meter (248-square-foot) studio apartment that she shared with her boyfriend in Soedermalm -- the central Stockholm district best known outside of Sweden as the backdrop for Stieg Larsson thrillers -- had grown too cramped.
The Riksbank should stop worrying about Sweden’s record private debt load and could do more to support economic growth, said Pier Carlo Padoan, chief economist at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Sweden unexpectedly returned to deflation last month, sending the krona to its lowest against the euro since June 2012 as speculation increased the central bank will be forced to cut interest rates again.