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Swedbank chief economist elected to NABE Board of Directors

Swedbank chief economist elected to NABE Board of Directors

Swedbank's chief economist Cecilia Hermansson has been elected to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) - a leading US professional association for business economists.

13-09-2011 15:45    Comments    News

Purchasing Managers´Index Services August 2011

Services PMI drops to 54.0 in August: flagging business activity dampens the service economy

Tags: PMI - Services, Indicator, Purchasing Managers´Index - Services

13-09-2011 14:04    Comments    Publications

To the Point - September 8, 2011

The real threat is stagnation

Tags: stagnation, austerity, inflation, reform

08-09-2011 16:11    Comments    Publications

Flash Comment: Latvia - September 8, 2011

GDP growth accelerated in 2Q 2011, but to abate in the second half of the year

Tags: latvia, flash, GDP, economy

08-09-2011 16:09    Comments    Publications

Flash Comment: Latvia - September 8, 2011

Seasonal monthly deflation in August 2011

Tags: prices, economy, latvia, flash, comment

08-09-2011 15:47    Comments    Publications

Flash comment: Estonia - September 8, 2011

GDP growth driven by exports and investments

Tags: Flash comment, Estonia, Economy, GDP

08-09-2011 15:34    Comments    Publications

Flash comment: Estonia - September 7, 2011

Expected consumer price slowdown delayed

Tags: Flash comment, Estonia, Economy

07-09-2011 15:27    Comments    Publications

Swedbank chosen as the most customer friendly bank in Estonia

In the hierarchy of the most customer friendly large Estonian companies, Swedbank shares the first position with Neste, according to the TNS Emor survey performed for the second year.

07-09-2011 13:53    Comments    News

Cecilia Skingsley, Swedbank, is commenting on the Repo Rate Decision

Tags: repo rate

07-09-2011 11:19    Comments    Videos

Disclosure of substantial holdings of own shares

Swedbank AB (publ), corporate identity number 502017-7753, has bought back own shares corresponding to 54,649,620 ordinary shares, 3,561,173 preference shares and 1,500,000 C shares and as per 6 September 2011, has a holding of own shares, corresponding to 5.14 % of the total amount of shares and 5.03 % of total number of votes. The total amount of shares outstanding, including repurchased shares, amounts to 1,161,090,177.

07-09-2011 10:30    Press releases

Macro Comment on The Global Finanicial Market, 6 September, 2011

07-09-2011 09:03    Comments    Videos

Christian Hall - How Basel may affect the Banking Sector

Tags: Basel III

05-09-2011 14:53    Comments    Videos

Purchasing Managers´Index, August 2011

PMI drops to 48.7 in August 2011 – marked slowdown in the industrial economy

Tags: PMI, Purchasing Managers´Index, Indicator

02-09-2011 16:47    Comments    Publications

Change of the distribution of shares in Swedbank due to conversion of preference shares to ordinary shares

The allocation of shares in Swedbank AB (”Swedbank”) has changed due to owners of preference shares having requested during the month of August 2011 conversion of an aggregate of 12,864,125  preference shares into ordinary shares pursuant to the conversion clause set forth in Swedbank’s articles of association.

02-09-2011 12:00    Press releases

Lithuanian Economy - September 2, 2011

Growth slows gradually

Tags: Lithuania, Economy, Monthly Letter

02-09-2011 09:34    Comments    Publications

Swedbank in Lithuania has become the sponsor of the largest sports event “Velomarathon”

On 21 August, Sunday, the streets of Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, belonged to the crowd of many thousands of cyclists gathering to the most beautiful event hosted for cyclists - “Velomarathon 2011”.

Tags: Lithuania, Velomarathon, sponsor

02-09-2011 09:17    Comments    News

Flash comment: Estonia - August 30, 2011

 Wage growth surprisingly modest in 2Q

Tags: Estonia, Economy, Wage, Flash comment

30-08-2011 17:00    Comments    Publications

Swedbank comments the past day’s discussion on the bank’s repurchase of shares

Swedbank’s Board of Directors received a mandate at the Annual General Meeting 2011 from the bank’s shareholders to repurchase a maximum of 10 percent of outstanding shares. The background for the decision is that Swedbank – based on the risk level in the bank’s balance sheet as shown by various stress tests – set a target for the bank’s core Tier 1 capital ratio of 13 percent.

28-08-2011 18:21    Press releases

Cecilia Skingsley at Swedbank comments on the current financial environment, August 24, 2011.

Tags: Skingsley, repo rate, outlook, financial, environment

24-08-2011 13:18    Comments    Videos

Swedbank Economic Outlook - August 23, 2011

Global headwinds pose policy challenges

23-08-2011 10:52    Comments    Publications