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  • 21
    Feb

    The largest population increase since 1861

    In 2016, the number of people listed in Sweden’s population register increased by 144 136, and at the end of the year the population figure was 9 995 153.

  • 20
    Feb

    Fund wealth continues to increase

    The total fund wealth of Swedish-registered investment funds amounted to SEK 3 346 billion at the end of 2016. This is an increase of SEK 141 billion compared with the previous quarter. Households’ directly owned fund wealth contributed SEK 17 billion to the increase.

  • 17
    Feb

    Inflation rate 1.4 percent

    In January 2017, the inflation rate according to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was 1.4 percent, down from 1.7 percent in December 2016. The CPI fell by 0.7 percent from December 2016 to January 2017. The CPI normally drops in January as a result of a normal seasonal pattern, in which mainly clothing and footwear prices decrease. In the corresponding period last year, the CPI decreased by 0.3 percent.

  • 16
    Feb

    Increased borrowing through bonds and money market instruments

    The outstanding balance value in debt securities amounted to SEK 7 424 billion at the end of January, which was an increase of SEK 164 billion compared with the previous month. The increased borrowing is relatively evenly distributed between money market instruments and bonds and 66 percent is comprised of debt securities denominated in Swedish kronor.

  • 16
    Feb

    More than 60 000 new dwellings started in 2016

    In 2016, construction of 63 100 dwellings was started in new buildings. This is an increase of 34 percent compared with 2015, when construction of 47 209 dwellings was started.

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