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  1. Let's talk about Sweden - a film from Statistics Sweden

    The data from Statistics Sweden tells us how and where we live in Sweden, how prices have changed over time and how many nurses and teachers we need on the labour market. By participating in our surveys you help us describe Sweden. In that way, your contr...

  2. Statistics Sweden to publish preliminary statistics on deaths in Sweden

    Statistics Sweden is handling a lot questions on the number of deaths in Sweden related to the effects of the novel coronavirus. The agency will therefore publish preliminary statistics on deaths to provide a snapshot picture of developments and to facili...

  3. Calculating inflation harder during the coronavirus pandemic

    The coronavirus pandemic is affecting society in every way. Many services are no longer being purchased on the Swedish market, such as package holidays, cinema visits, and sports events. This will influence the way Statistics Sweden calculates the CPI.

  4. No discernible increase in the number of deaths

    The number of deaths in Sweden appears to have reached a plateau, according to Statistics Sweden’s preliminary weekly statistics. The number of deaths in Stockholm County appear to be falling.

  5. Number of deaths declining after the peak in April

    The number of deaths per week in Sweden continues to decrease, according to Statistics Sweden’s preliminary statistics. Excess mortality is at the lowest level since the peak in April.

  6. “The coronavirus crisis is unlike previous crises”

    The extent of the consequences of the coronavirus crisis on the Swedish economy are difficult to fully anticipate. However, Statistics Sweden has compared the development in the first quarter with two previous crises: The 1990s crisis and the financial cr...

  7. High excess mortality in May

    The number of deaths in Sweden was considerably lower in May than in April this year, according to Statistics Sweden’s preliminary statistics. However, excess mortality remained high.

  8. Activity in the economy increased by 1.2 percent in September

    Economic activity increased by 1.2 percent in September 2020, seasonally adjusted and compared with the previous month, according to preliminary statistics from Statistics Sweden’s activity indicator.

  9. Eurostat collects European countries’ indicators during the pandemic

    What is recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic like for Sweden and other EU countries? Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, has collected EU countries’ current statistics on topics such as inflation, unemployment, and deaths on the Europea...

  10. Business sales remained unchanged in November

    Business sales remained unchanged compared with the previous month, according to Statistics Sweden’s preliminary sales indicator. Compared with November last year, sales fell by 3 percent in calendar-adjusted figures.

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