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  1. @BergqvistRobert

    Twitter2014-08-22
    Feds Yellen bekräftar det man kan befara: centralbanken vet ganska lite om vilka krafter som både kan lyfta och sänka inflationen framöver.
  2. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-08-22
    RT @TorbjornIwarson: StatsCanada contrary to expectations, reduced production estimates for #wheat, #canola http://t.co/nfCytYYCqa
  3. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-08-22
    RT @BergqvistRobert: Övertolkning (?) men ett reg-alternativ S + M kan ligga närmare än vi tror. Samma fråga två gångar av SVT => 2 konstpa…
  4. July cut didn't boost house market sentiment further

    News2014-08-11

    SEB’s Housing Price Indicator for Sweden declined marginally in August to 62, from 64 in July. 70 per cent of households expect home prices to rise in the coming year.

  5. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-08-22
    RT @seanyokota: #Jokowi to be next #Indonesia President after court ruling. #Prabowo accepts ruling. What's next is in our report. https:…
  6. @BergqvistRobert

    Twitter2014-08-22
    Dagens MA-cocktail: finansiell virveldans, Yellen-tal och produktionsgap, Reinfeldt-sekunder och Harpsundskräftor https://t.co/SECh4eHpUo
  7. @BergqvistRobert

    Twitter2014-08-21
    Övertolkning (?) men ett reg-alternativ S + M kan ligga närmare än vi tror. Samma fråga två gångar av SVT => 2 konstpauser + ingen tydlighet
  8. SEB helped issue largest Green Bond to date

    News2014-07-16

    SEB acted as a lead manager when Germany's KfW bank launched a 1.5 billion euro Green Bond this week, the largest single transaction in the segment to date.

  9. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-08-21
    RT @SEK_bonds: Swe unemployment surprises to the downside: 7.7% seas adj vs. exp 7.9%. Employment growth was strong as well
  10. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-08-21
    RT @SEK_bonds: Even if adjusting the numbers for electricity, mainland GDP was twise as high in Q2 than Norges Bank expected => will revise…
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