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Image that illustrates Latest SCB Opinion Poll: Social Democrats Decline, Left Party and Green Party Gain
Latest SCB Opinion Poll: Social Democrats Decline, Left Party and Green Party Gain

On July 12, 2024, SCB released its latest opinion poll, and the results show interesting shifts in the political landscape. Here are the latest figures compared to the previous SCB survey:

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Image that illustrates New Inflation Report: KPIF Falls to 1.3% - What Does It Mean for Households?
New Inflation Report: KPIF Falls to 1.3% - What Does It Mean for Households?

The latest inflation report from Statistics Sweden (SCB) shows that the CPIF (Consumer Price Index with a fixed interest rate) has dropped to 1.3% in June 2024, which is a significant decrease from 2.3% in May. This is the first time in over two years that the CPIF is below the Riksbank's inflation target of 2%.

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Image that illustrates The Central Bank Maintains the Policy Rate at 3.75%: What Does It Mean for You?
The Central Bank Maintains the Policy Rate at 3.75%: What Does It Mean for You?

Today, on June 28, 2024, the Central Bank announced that the policy rate, also known as the repo rate, remains unchanged at 3.75%. This decision comes after a period of stability where the rate has been kept constant since May 2024. But what does this mean for Swedish citizens in practice? Let's delve deeper into how this rate affects mortgage loans, personal loans, and the overall economy.

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Repo Rate stable at 3.75% - What Does It Mean for You?

The latest report from the Central Bank shows that the policy rate, also known as the repo rate, remains at 3.75%. This rate has been unchanged since June 28, 2024. How does this affect you as a citizen? Let's delve into the details and analyze how this may impact your mortgage, personal loans, and everyday expenses.

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Image that illustrates Latest Poll from Demoskop: Minor Changes but Interesting Trends
Latest Poll from Demoskop: Minor Changes but Interesting Trends

The latest poll from Demoskop, published on May 19, 2024, shows minor but interesting changes in the political landscape. Here are the fresh figures compared to the previous Demoskop survey:

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Image that illustrates New Inflation Data: KPIF at 2.3% - What Does It Mean for You?
New Inflation Data: KPIF at 2.3% - What Does It Mean for You?

Today, on May 16, 2024, new data from the Statistics Sweden (SCB) was released, showing that the KPIF inflation (Consumer Price Index with fixed interest rates) for the month of April stands at 2.3%. This represents a marginal increase from March's figure of 2.2%, but a significant decrease compared to the beginning of the year when KPIF was at 3.3% in January.

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Image that illustrates Sweden's National Debt: An Overview and Future Outlook
Sweden's National Debt: An Overview and Future Outlook

April 1st, 2024 marks an important day in Swedish economic history. The Central Bank has released the latest figures for Sweden's national debt, which now amounts to 1041 billion SEK, equivalent to 17.41% of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This information is not just a number in government documents, but an indicator of the nation's economic health and future prospects.

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Image that illustrates Latest Interest Rate Decision: What Does It Mean for You?
Latest Interest Rate Decision: What Does It Mean for You?

In a recently released report from the Central Bank, it was announced that the key interest rate, also known as the repo rate, has been lowered to 3.75% from the previous 4%. This change, which came into effect on May 8, 2024, marks an important turning point in monetary policy that may have significant effects on everything from mortgage rates to the everyday economy for Swedish citizens.

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Image that illustrates Policy Rate Stable at 4% - What Does It Mean for You?
Policy Rate Stable at 4% - What Does It Mean for You?

In a time of economic uncertainty, the Swedish central bank, Riksbanken, has decided to keep the policy rate, also known as the repo rate, unchanged at 4%. This decision marks the eighth consecutive month without any changes, following a period of rapid increases over the previous year. But what does this mean for ordinary Swedes and their wallets?

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