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Swedes Save, Don’t Spend
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Swedes Save, Don’t Spend

Swedes are feeling more optimistic about their personal finances, but would rather put their money in the bank than spend it at the shops, a new survey suggests, The Local reported. Despite a surprise growth spurt for the economy in February, negative interest, record stock exchange trade, and the weak krona have put a dampner on Swedes’ willingness to spend the extra cash in their purse.

 

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