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In September, household loans from monetary financial institutions (MFIs) had an annual growth rate of 7.5 percent, which means the rate was unchanged compared with August. Households' loans from MFIs amounted to a total SEK 3 478 billion in September. This is an increase of SEK 25 billion compared with the previous month and SEK 241 billion compared with the corresponding month last year.
In September 2016 Swedish exports of goods amounted to SEK 107.7 billion, while imports of goods amounted to SEK 104.5 billion. As a result, the net trade balance was SEK 3.2 billion.
Producer prices in total decreased 0.1 percent between August and September. During the same period prices decreased 0.6 percent on the import market and 0.2 percent on the export market. On the domestic market the prices were unchanged.
Sweden now has nine localities with more than 100 000 inhabitants; Helsingborg is the most recent city to surpass this size class. In 2015 there were 1 979 urban areas in Sweden. This is 23 more than in 2010. Those localities that are included in the statistics are briefly defined as continuous buildings with a maximum of 200 metres between the houses and at least 200 inhabitants. Localities thus include everything from the largest cities to small areas with only 200 inhabitants.
Statistical agency: Statistiska centralbyrån
Producer: Statistiska centralbyrån
Statistical agency: Havs- och vattenmyndigheten
Producer: Havs- och vattenmyndigheten
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