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Swedish stocks getting popular abroad

Published torsdag 18 juli 2013 kl 13.16

Oil funds from Norway, Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi are increasing their stakes in companies listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.

Among the favorite stocks are the large Swedish banks and Volvo, according to financial daily Dagens Industri.

The Norwegian oil fund Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) was the most active foreign investor during the second quarter of 2012. It currently holds Swedish stocks valued at 77.1 billion kronor.

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