Riksbank notes rise in stability risks

Global financial market uncertainty and the risk of a pronounced economic dip have made the Swedish banking sector more vulnerable, though the industry remains financially strong, the Riksbank said in its latest Financial Stability Report.

Stefan Ingves, the governor of the central bank said that the risks had increased "most tangibly" in the international financial markets. Growth in Baltic countries was slackening more quickly than expected, which had raised the chances the more of the

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