Sweden | Economic Indicators

Markets Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Government Bond 10Y 2.01 2.13 6.36 Percent 2014-04-21 Daily [+]
Stock Market 1341.56 1346.48 655.45 Index points 2014-04-21 Daily [+]
Currency 6.59 6.47 6.73 2014-04-22 Daily [+]
GDP Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
GDP Constant Prices 916683.00 901116.00 734509.18 SEK Million 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
Gross Fixed Capital Formation 168665.00 167041.00 128747.31 SEK Million 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
Gross National Product 988129.00 911663.00 655982.27 SEK Million 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
GDP per capita 44091.09 44078.95 28967.43 USD 2012-12-31 Yearly [+]
GDP per capita PPP 35133.70 35124.02 27079.23 USD 2012-12-31 Yearly [+]
GDP Growth Rate 1.70 0.50 0.66 Percent 2013-12-31 Quarterly [+]
GDP Annual Growth Rate 3.10 0.60 2.66 Percent 2013-12-31 Quarterly [+]
GDP 525.70 539.30 185.59 USD Billion 2012-12-31 Yearly [+]
Labour Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Population 9.65 9.48 8.49 Million 2013-12-31 Yearly [+]
Employed Persons 4726.60 4718.70 4493.71 Thousand 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Job Vacancies 801.00 907.00 303.17 Hundred 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Labour Costs 114.80 114.50 106.94 Index Points 2013-12-15 Monthly [+]
Long Term Unemployment Rate 1.30 1.50 1.58 percent 2013-09-30 Quarterly [+]
Retirement Age Men 65.00 65.00 65.00 2013-01-01 Yearly [+]
Retirement Age Women 65.00 65.00 65.00 2013-01-01 Yearly [+]
Unemployed Persons 433.00 436.00 346.97 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Wages 157.40 155.50 145.39 SEK 2013-12-15 Monthly [+]
Wages in Manufacturing 166.30 164.00 152.86 SEK 2013-12-15 Monthly [+]
Youth Unemployment Rate 23.60 22.90 15.68 Percent 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Unemployment Rate 8.60 8.50 5.79 Percent 2014-03-31 Monthly [+]
Prices Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Inflation Rate -0.60 -0.20 3.86 Percent 2014-03-31 Monthly [+]
Core Inflation Rate -0.03 0.39 2.72 Percent 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Consumer Price Index (CPI) 312.68 312.70 165.63 Index Points 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Core Consumer Prices 200.89 200.76 161.31 Index Points 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Export Prices 107.00 108.00 98.61 Index Points 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Harmonised Consumer Prices 113.65 113.61 113.83 Index Points 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Import Prices 109.90 111.20 91.97 Index Points 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Inflation Rate Mom -0.01 0.42 0.37 Percent 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Producer Prices 113.40 114.00 97.61 Index Points 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Producer Prices Change 0.10 0.20 1.68 Percent 2014-02-28 Monthly [+]
Money Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Foreign Exchange Reserves 432342.00 418758.00 173603.45 SEK Million 2014-03-31 Monthly [+]
Interbank Rate 0.91 0.93 3.87 Percent 2014-04-30 Monthly [+]
Loans to Private Sector 1156814.00 1148031.00 779824.46 SEK Million 2014-02-28 Monthly [+]
Money Supply M0 77382.00 78114.00 48784.57 SEK Million 2014-02-28 Monthly [+]
Money Supply M3 2336713.00 2359022.00 647273.56 SEK Million 2014-02-28 Monthly [+]
Interest Rate 0.75 0.75 3.70 Percent 2014-04-09 Monthly [+]
Trade Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Current Account 49.23 53.62 23.38 SEK Billion 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
Current Account to GDP 7.20 7.30 2.68 Percent 2012-12-31 Yearly [+]
External Debt 193365.00 193769.00 169905.29 SEK Million 2014-03-31 Monthly [+]
Foreign Direct Investment 53086.00 110666.00 82467.79 SEK million 2013-06-30 Yearly [+]
Remittances 106.00 100.00 45.84 EUR Million 2013-08-15 Quarterly [+]
Terms of Trade 97.36 97.12 108.93 Index Points 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Balance of Trade 5000.00 5100.00 3869.30 SEK million 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Exports 88700.00 92800.00 34817.63 SEK million 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Imports 83700.00 87700.00 30949.47 SEK million 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Government Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Credit Rating 98.21 Monthly [+]
Government Debt To GDP 38.20 38.60 53.73 Percent 2012-12-31 Yearly [+]
Government Budget Value 42220.00 -26327.00 -1896.25 SEK Million 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Government Spending 246138.00 244297.00 212398.62 SEK Million 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
Government Budget -0.20 0.20 0.24 Percent of GDP 2012-12-31 Yearly [+]
Business Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Bankruptcies 614.00 595.00 718.67 Companies 2014-02-28 Monthly [+]
Business Confidence 103.91 106.56 100.04 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Capacity Utilization 87.80 87.00 86.74 Percent 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
Car Registrations 27986.00 27473.00 23698.80 Cars 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Changes in Inventories 148.00 -4248.00 2071.49 SEK Million 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
Industrial Production Mom 2.22 -1.35 0.09 Percent 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Manufacturing Pmi 56.50 54.60 54.41 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Manufacturing Production 0.10 0.00 2.04 Percent 2014-01-31 Monthly [+]
New Orders 94.10 92.70 97.27 Index Points 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Industrial Production 1.68 -1.03 0.57 Percent 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Consumer Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Consumer Confidence 99.60 100.30 96.41 2014-03-15 Monthly [+]
Consumer Spending 442348.00 438287.00 352173.41 SEK Million 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]
Disposable Personal Income 229152.00 225607.00 173493.41 SEK THO 2009-06-30 Yearly [+]
Personal Savings 12.09 24.53 9.69 Percent 2013-08-15 Quarterly [+]
Retail Sales MoM 0.40 0.40 0.24 Percent 2014-02-28 Monthly [+]
Retail Sales YoY 2.50 2.50 2.78 Percent 2014-02-28 Monthly [+]
Taxes Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Corporate Tax Rate 22.00 22.00 27.06 percent 2014-01-01 Yearly [+]
Personal Income Tax Rate 57.00 56.60 56.28 percent 2014-01-01 Yearly [+]
Sales Tax Rate 25.00 25.00 24.93 Percent 2014-01-01 Yearly [+]
Social Security Rate 38.42 38.40 39.19 percent 2013-01-01 Yearly [+]
Social Security Rate For Companies 31.42 31.40 32.19 percent 2013-01-01 Yearly [+]
Social Security Rate For Employees 7.00 7.00 7.00 percent 2013-01-01 Yearly [+]
Housing Last Previous Average Unit Reference Frequency
Construction Output -0.50 5.80 2.64 Percent 2014-02-15 Monthly [+]
Housing Index 8.17 5.68 10.04 Thousand 2013-11-15 Quarterly [+]





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