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  • 18
    Jan

    Reduced liability in debt securities

    At the end of December, outstanding liability in debt securities amounted to SEK 7 236 billion, which is a decrease of SEK 160 billion compared with last month. Net emissions in December amounted to minus SEK 89 billion, of which mainly short term debt securities denominated in Swedish kronor and US dollars were behind the decrease.

  • 13
    Jan

    Household consumption increased in November

    Household consumption increased by 0.3 percent in seasonally adjusted figures between October and November. In the period from September to November, consumption increased by 0.9 percent compared with the period from June to August. Household consumption increased by 3.3 percent in volume and working day adjusted figures in November 2016 compared with November 2015.

  • 13
    Jan

    Increased business production in November

    Production in the business sector increased by 0.4 percent in seasonally adjusted figures in November compared with October. Compared with the corresponding month of the previous year, production in the business sector increased by 2.8 percent in calendar adjusted figures.

  • 12
    Jan

    Rising house prices

    Real estate prices for one- or two-dwelling buildings increased by almost 1 percent in the fourth quarter 2016, compared with the third quarter. Prices increased by almost 10 percent on an annual basis during the fourth quarter of 2016, compared with the same period last year.

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