Swedish krona

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the basic unit of money in Sweden


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31 billion Swedish kronor and were helped by fewer markdowns, a weaker US dollar and lower sales and administration costs.
357 billion Swedish Kronor or $205 million to acquire approximately 75% of the Company, with employees retaining a stake of approximately 25%.
6 billion Swedish kronor (pounds 426m) ( faster than the rate of growth in its other major markets of Sweden and Germany.
Before the acquisition is implemented, Gota Bank is expected to receive a Swedish kronor (SKr) 3.
The net export of bonds, certificates and other paper denominated in Swedish kronor was particularly high in May in connection with the pegging of the krona to the ecu.
The order, which includes an option to acquire additional vehicles, is valued at approximately 250 million Swedish Kronor.
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, is making a facility available for shareholders tax-resident in Sweden, holding shares of ABB Ltd registered with Euroclear Sweden, that allows them to receive their dividend relating to those shares in Swedish Kronor.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- The Handelsbanken Group's result for first half (January - June) 1993 was a profit of Swedish kronor (SEK) 837 million (-658).
com for approximately 365 million Swedish Kronor, plus acquisition costs and an adjustment for net cash acquired.
Danske Bank has decided to issue steepener notes linked to the 10- and 2-year swap rate in Swedish Kronor.
The Svenska Handelsbanken Group's result for the first quarter of 1993 was a profit of Swedish kronor (SEK) 351 million (loss of SEK 314).
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Carnegie Fastigheter Sverige AB (Carnegie Fastigheter) (STO:CAR) has acquired five properties in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo for a total purchase price of 1,2 billion Swedish Kronor.
Corporate lending in Swedish kronor showed particularly high growth, increasing by 37 percent to the category of companies with less than 20 employees.
The increase corresponds to 40% in Swedish kronor and 31% in local currency.
The Svenska Handelsbanken Group's net operating income before loan losses was Swedish kronor (SEK) 4,384 million for the eight-month period January-August 1992, 2 percent up on the same period last year.
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