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  1. SEB: Investment Outlook: Bright autumn outlook in financial markets for those who dare to take risks

    Pressrelease2014-09-16
  2. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-09-16
    SEB: Investment Outlook: Ljus finanshöst väntar för den som vågar: http://t.co/KYjzcCjLKw
  3. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-09-16
    SEB: Investment Outlook: Bright autumn outlook in financial markets for those who dare to take risks: http://t.co/i0iZc324Ek
  4. Good morning, Stefan – it’s Political Monday

    News2014-09-15

    In a postelection analysis, SEB’s Chief Economist Robert Bergqvist and head of Economic Forecasting Håkan Frisén lists 16 questions and answers about what Sweden can expect given the new parliamentary landscape.

  5. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-09-15
    RT @SEK_bonds: Overall, political risks have increased but far from a chaotic situation. Increased cross-bloc cooperation necessary, politi…
  6. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-09-15
    RT @SEK_bonds: Worst outcome? If Sweden Democrats cont to support most of Alliance's proposal (incl budget) => unsustainable for a new PM =…
  7. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-09-15
    RT @SEK_bonds: A S-MP led minority govt will have less seats in Parliament than outgoing Alliance => uncertainty on how govt will form parl…
  8. Optimism on home prices close to record in Sweden

    News2014-09-08

    Swedish households became even more optimistic on home prices in September from an already very high level. SEB’s Housing Price Indicator increased to 64 from 62, recovering the small setback in August.

  9. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-09-15
    RT @SEK_bonds: Swe now has a powerful kingmaker party, populist anti-immigration Sweden Democrats. 3rd largest but no other party wants to …
  10. @SEBGroup

    Twitter2014-09-15
    RT @SEK_bonds: Chg of government in Sweden: Social Democratic leader Löfven likely new PM, exp to form minority govt w Green party. Many ch…
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