Sveriges Riksbank, Financial Stability Report 1:06

Sweden's central bank, the Sveriges Riksbank, published its first Financial Stability Report for 2006 on 31 May. The prospects of the financial system managing potential shocks are good, according to the report.

The assessment is that the major Swedish banks' capacity to manage unexpected losses will remain strong over the coming one to two years. This is the conclusion of the Riksbank in its Financial Stability Report, which is published today. The banks' profitability has improved, primarily

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