Sweden's central bank, the Riksbank, has decided to keep the repo rate unchanged at -0.35 percent. According to the Riksbank, the Swedish economy continues to grow and inflation is on the rise.
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- Inflation is on the rise.
- Hide from authorities.
Hundreds of Moroccan children, some as young as nine, are living on the streets of Stockholm, reports Swedish Televisions investigative program Uppdrag Granskning.
- Stockholm Tech Fest 2015.
Social media just for when you go fishing? A service to make shipping easier when you order stuff online? An online judge to settle your disputes?
- A growing trend.
Although the overall divorce rate has fallen over the past decade, figures show the opposite for priests, who are more likely to get a divorce than the average Swede.
- At risk of closing.
The anti-immigration Sweden Democrats want to invest SEK 300 million to support rural schools.
- Lead-up to Paris.
The Bonn Climate change conference ends on Friday and time is running out to achieve a compromise ahead of the global climate meeting in Paris in December.
Two bottlenose dolphins have ventured unusually far north and were sighted in the port city of Norrtälje north of Stockholm on Monday, Swedish Radio's local channel in Uppland reports.
- Focus on integration.
The musical "Kristina from Duvemåla" is finding new audiences in Sweden's immigrant community, who see their own lives reflected in the story of Karl-Oskar and Kristina who over 100 years ago left poverty in Sweden for the dream of a better life in the US.