A research produced by
The Swedish economy stagnated in Q4 as weak external demand translated into a slump in net exports. The domestic economy remained robust, however, with private consumption and investment accelerating. Recent indicators point to a pickup in Q1, with PMI entering expansion territory in February and rising further in March and employment rising slightly.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield
Warning: This information is provided to you free of charge and does not exempt you from referring to official databases
and expert advice from industry professionals cited in source. Business Immo declines all responsibility for the accuracy of the
information transmitted. The document and the selected information are the express property of the referenced source. The user
This tool acknowledges having read the conditions of use of the documents consulted and undertakes to respect them.