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    Jan

    Decreasing difference between women's and men's incomes

    In 1993 the median income of women was 75 percent of men's median income. In 2013 this share had increased to 81 percent.

  • 30
    Jan

    Labour costs increased in November

    The Labour Cost Index (AKI) for the private sector in November 2014 was 115.5 for wage-earners and 118.2 for salaried employees. Compared to November 2013, labour costs have increased by 2.7 percent for wage-earners and 3.2 percent for salaried employees.

  • 29
    Jan

    Increased growth rate for household loans

    In December the annual growth rate for lending to households was 6.1 percent, which is an increase of 0.2 percentage points compared to November. Households' loans from MFIs amounted to a total of SEK 3 067 billion. This is an increase of SEK 169 billion compared to the corresponding month last year.

  • 29
    Jan

    Retail trade increased in December

    The retail trade sales volume increased by 3.4 percent in December compared to the same month last year. Retail sales for consumables increased by 0.7 percent while retail sales for durables increased by 5.6 percent. The information is working day adjusted.

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  • 30 years with Journal of Official Statistics

    Statistics Sweden's Journal of Official Statistics will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a conference in June next year. Poster sessions will be held during the conference where participants can present their own work. The deadline for sending in proposals is 15 January.

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    percent of the largest shareholders own 78 percent of households’ total share wealth. This applies to individual shares and not ownership of funds.

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