Swedish c.banker says inflation expectation stable

SWEDEN - Inflation expectations in Sweden are stable and other economic indicators, too, are in good shape, Swedish central bank deputy governor Kristina Persson said on Wednesday.

"Today the central government finances are in good condition, the current account has shown a surplus for several years, inflation expectations are stable around two percent and unemployment is down (at) around four percent," she said.

Persson, who is not related to Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, made the

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