Sveriges Riksbank, Financial Stability Report

Sweden's central bank, the Sveriges Riksbank, published its first Financial Stability Report for 2003 on 3 June. Since the last report economic prospects have been revised downwards for Sweden as well as for other countries of economic and financial relevance for Sweden. The Riksbank said in the report it still considers that economic activity will recover gradually but the upturn is now expected to occur later and be more gradual than was assumed earlier.

Financial Stability Report

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