The heads of Sveriges Riksbank, the Swedish FSA and National Debt Office called on the government to hurry in passing new laws that clarify the FSA's macro-prudential powers today (August 17).
House prices are rising significantly faster than income in Sweden, and are now a top priority for regulators, Stefan Ingves, Hans Lindblad and Martin Noréus said in an article published this morning by Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
The Riksbank has been warning of the build-up of housing risks for mon
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