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Sweden’s state coffers bulge further

The Swedish central government had a surplus in payments -- or negative borrowing requirement -- of 13.5 billion kronor ($2.28 billion) in May, the Swedish National Debt Office (Riksgälden) said.

Sweden’s Debt Office halts t-bill trading

Sweden’s Debt Office halts t-bill trading

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Debt office completes second T-bill auction

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Sweden ‘well-equipped for downturn’: Riksbank

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Swedish treasury bill sales lower than expected

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Sweden to auction more treasury bills

Borg rips Swedish banks over bonuses

Borg rips Swedish banks over bonuses

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Crisis to turn Sweden’s budget surplus into deficit

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Sweden to issue more debt as Riksbank stresses crisis’s depth

Carnegie to be broken up for eventual sale

Carnegie to be broken up for eventual sale

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Sweden’s Debt Office announces krona purchase

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Sweden faces rising budget deficit

Government details crisis measures

Government details crisis measures

Carnegie sold by Sweden’s debt office

Carnegie sold by Sweden’s debt office

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Wise currency position yields profit for Sweden’s Debt Office

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Sweden plans to issue first ever 30-year bond

Swedish debt soars to 200 billion kronor

Swedish debt soars to 200 billion kronor

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Crisis takes its toll on Sweden’s balance sheet

‘Saab is a brilliant deal’: Antonov

‘Saab is a brilliant deal’: Antonov

National Debt Office opens up for Saab loans

National Debt Office opens up for Saab loans

Saab’s property deal approved by EIB

Saab’s property deal approved by EIB

Swedish government approves Saab deal

Swedish government approves Saab deal

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Sweden boasts hefty budget surplus for 2011