Riksbank Cuts Rates as Krona Surge Threatens Export GrowthJohan Carlstrom and Josiane Kremer
Sweden’s Riksbank cut its benchmark interest rate for the first time since February, caving in to calls from exporters, as the krona’s strength and deepening euro crisis threaten the nation’s trade competitiveness.
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