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    Modest increase of investments expected in Swedish industry

    According to the latest Swedish investment survey, enterprises within the manufacturing and mining industry decreased their volumes by 5 percent during 2014 and investments amounted to SEK 53.4 billion. This year, the investments are expected to increase by 3 percent.

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    Surplus for municipalities and county councils

    The county councils report a surplus of SEK 3.3 billion before extraordinary items in their annual accounts for 2014. The result is an improvement compared to the previous year. The municipalities’ accounts before extraordinary items show a surplus of SEK 10.6 billion. Compared to previous year this is a lower result.

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    Average house price hits all-time high

    The average price for one- or two dwelling buildings during the three-month period December 2014 – February 2015 was more than SEK 2.5 million, which is the highest ever for a three-month period. At the county level the average price spans from SEK 1.1 million in Västernorrland County to almost SEK 4.8 million in Stockholm County.

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    Index of Service Production increased in January

    Index of Service Production increased by 0.5 percent in January compared with December in seasonally adjusted series. For the three month period November – January, production increased by 0.5 percent in seasonally adjusted series compared with August - October. Index of Service Production increased by 2.9 percent in volume and working day adjusted figures in January, compared with the same month of the previous year.

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    As of the publication on 27 February of the National Accounts for the 4th quarter of 2014, the seasonally adjusted development from the quarter before will be in focus in the GDP reporting.

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    percent was the share of women’s pensions compared to those of men in 2013.

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