Sveriges Riksbank, Financial Stability Report

Sweden's central bank, the Sveriges Riksbank, published its first Financial Stability Report for 2004 on 2 June. Although household debt is increasing at a rapid rate, it is not considered to entail any serious risks for Swedish banks, according to the report.

In addition to the usual analysis of the household sector as one of the groups comprising the banks' borrowers, the report also contains an article breaking down household debt and ability to pay into different income classes. In this

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