Sweden’s central bank kept its main lending rate unchanged and stuck to a plan to start tightening late next year to allow for a recovery in the largest Nordic economy to gain pace.
Sweden’s National Debt Office said the krona’s appreciation may prompt it to end a successful 50 billion-kronor ($7 billion) bet once it reaches a level considered “normal.”
Following is a summary of September central government debt from the Swedish National Debt Office in Stockholm:
Swedish business and consumer confidence improved in June as optimism grew over a revival in the largest Nordic economy.
Following is a summary of September government debt and borrowing from the Swedish National Debt Office in Stockholm:
The Swedish National Debt Office said it will probably recoup taxpayer money and make a “slight profit” from the takeover of failed broker D. Carnegie & Co as the current owners now plan to sell off real estate assets.
Sweden will issue a new 20-year nominal bond through debt exchanges in response to interest from potential investors, the Swedish National Debt Office said.
The following issue was exchanged today: