Sweden Stockholm General Index (weekly),20 week exponential average ingreen, 5 week exponential average inred,MACD (moving average convergence divergence) in green.
Sweden Stockholm General Index monthly chart, the red line is a 24 month exaverage, the yellow line is a 6 month exaverage.
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Sweden Links & Notes:
11/29/11 YoY Sweden's GDP rose by 4.6% in Q3.
4/20/11 Sweden's central bank Wednesday raised its interest rate to 1.75% from 1.50%. This is the sixth consecutive increase.
10/12/10 Sweden's expects GDP to expand 4.8% in 2010.
7/29/10 Swedish consumer confidence rose to a 10-year high of 23.3 up from 22.0 MoM
7/1/10 Sweden raised its interest rates from 0.25% to 0.50%
10/22/09 The Swedish central bank kept interest rates at .25%. The bank indicated they would keep rates near zero in the future
7/28/09 MoM Sweden’s June PPI fell -0.8% (+0.1% expected)
Sweden’s June Retail Sales fell -0.4% MoM (-0.3% expected)
7/23/09 Sweden’s June Unemployment Rate rose 0.8% to 9.8% in May
7/8/09 Sweden May Industrial Production fell -2.7% MoM
6/25/09 Sweden’s June Consumer Confidence rose to -9.0 vs. -8.8 expected and -11.0 in May
5/29/09 Sweden’s Q1 GDP fell 0.9% QoQ
2/27/09 Sweden’s GDP contracted 10% on an annualized basis.
12/4/08 Sweden reduced its interest from 3.75% to 2.00%.
10/23/08 Sweden cut its interest rate from 4.25% to 3.75%
10/20/08 Sweden became the latest European economy to introduce a bailout plan to support its banks.
12/26/06 Sweden’s November Producer Price Index was up 0.1% MoM and 3.7% YoY
12/12/06 Swedish CPI Underlying YoY at 1.3% vs. 1.2% expected.
8/9/06 Sweden AMS unemployment rate July, at 5.2% versus 5.3% expected.
06/20/06 Sweden raised rates to 2.25% from 2.00% as expected. The Riksbank said it is reasonable to assume further interest rate hikes are needed and says market expectations for rates over next year may be too low.
04/21/06 Sweden said it had cut the dollar share in its foreign exchange reserves and Russia's finance minister questioned the dollar's preeminence as the global reserve currency.