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Weekly Comment from Swedbank: More ECB stimulus measures expected

Weaker growth in Japan and China as well as signs of increased stimulus measures by the ECB characterised the markets last week.

Tags: analysis, comment

24-11-2014 17:00    Comments    News

Weekly Comment from Swedbank: Continued growth in the eurozone

The European economy remains weak, but an increase in growth could dampen hopes of central bank measures.

Tags: comment, analysis

17-11-2014 17:00    Comments    News

Swedbank Economic Outlook Update - November 2014

Euro area woes worsen global outlook

Tags: Economic Outlook, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

06-11-2014 09:30    Comments    Publications

Purchasing Managers’ Index – Services, October 2014

Services PMI climbs to 57.7 in October: Orders on the rise in the service industry

Tags: PMI, Purchasing Managers’ Index, Services, October

05-11-2014 08:30    Comments    Publications

Purchasing Managers’ Index - October 2014

PMI falls to 52.1 in October – a stable industrial economy, but prices are falling broadly

Tags: PMI, Purchasing Managers’ Index, October

03-11-2014 08:30    Comments    Publications

Swedbank Senior Economist comments on the Riksbank Repo Rate

Swedbank Senior Economist comments on the Riksbank Repo Rate

Swedbank's Senior Economist Knut Hallberg comments on the Swedish Riksbank's decision, on 27 October 2014, to lower the repo rate to 0 per cent.

28-10-2014 15:00    Comments    Videos

The ECB and EBA confirm Swedbank’s strong asset quality and capitalisation

Swedbank has participated in the European Banking Authority (EBA) stress test and Asset Quality Review (AQR). Swedbank’s subsidiaries in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia have been part of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) Comprehensive Assessment, which encompasses stress test and AQR. 

26-10-2014 12:15    Press releases

Swedbank Corporate Presentation 30 September 2014

A short presentation of Swedbank Group, 30 September 2014.

21-10-2014 13:41    Comments    Presentations

CNBC: Stress tests won't be any problem

Michael Wolf, CEO of Swedbank, says the European Central Bank's stress tests won't be a problem for the Swedish lender.

21-10-2014 10:15    Comments    News

CNBC: Swedbank CEO on house price inflation inSweden

Swedbanks CEO Michael Wolf in a CNBC interview.

Tags: Q3 results

21-10-2014 10:05    Comments    News

Presentation of Q3 2014 Results from the Press Conference

Presentation of the third quarter results from the press conference by CEO Michael Wolf and CFO Göran Bronner.

Tags: interim report, Q3 results

21-10-2014 08:07    Comments    Presentations

Interim Report January- September 2014

21-10-2014 07:00    Press releases

Weekly Comment - focus on central banks and inflation

It has been a tough week with stock market prices falling globally. The main reason is that European statistics were surprisingly negative. Martin Bolander, market strategist at Swedbank Analysis comments.

Tags: analysis, comment

13-10-2014 17:00    Comments    News

Emerging markets outlook, October 2014

Weak growth, stronger dollar and geopolitical concerns

Tags: Russia, Poland, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea, India, China, Emerging markets outlook

13-10-2014 10:00    Comments    Publications

Invitation to presentation of Swedbank’s interim report January-September 2014

08-10-2014 13:30    Press releases

Purchasing Managers' Index - Services, September 2014

Services PMI rose to 55.6 in September: A broad but modest increase in component indices

Tags: PMI, Purchasing Managers' Index, Services, September

03-10-2014 08:30    Comments    Publications

Purchasing Managers' Index - September 2014

PMI climbed to 53.4 in September – production is recovering

Tags: PMI, Purchasing Managers' Index, September

01-10-2014 08:30    Comments    Publications

Weekly Comment from Swedbank: Russian conflict causes concern on the market

Weak European statistics, protests in Hong Kong and growing concerns about terrorism. Martin Bolander, market strategist at Swedbank Analysis, summarizes the macro situation last week.

Tags: analysis, comment

29-09-2014 17:00    Comments    News

The 2015 Annual General Meeting of Swedbank AB

23-09-2014 16:05    Press releases

Weekly Comment from Swedbank: Consumption-driven growth in Sweden

Overall, last week showed positive development on equity markets in industrialised countries, while the development was weaker in emerging markets. There was some uncertainty on the foreign exchange market regarding the outcome of the Scottish election.

Tags: comment, analysis

22-09-2014 17:00    Comments    News