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  • Writer's pictureEdward Ballsdon

Sweden - an in-depth analysis


A comprehensive research report on the macroeconomic situation in Sweden, which has one of the most indebted private sectors amongst Advanced Economies that is currently undergoing a serious deleveraging trend.


What is fascinating from a historical perspective is the current Swedish deleveraging trend is not dissimilar to that seen in Japan when their equity and real estate bubble popped in the early 90s and that in the US during the GFC.


The report provides a lot of data and charts to highlight some of the key macro themes which will inevitably influence future monetary policy and financial market valuations.

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