Sweden’s central bank expanded its asset purchase programme and vowed to keep its interest rate at zero in coming years as tighter restrictions to contain the spread of Covid-19 infections lead to a new downturn in the economy. The Executive Board of Riksbank decided to expand the asset purchases by SEK 200 billion to a total nominal amount of up to SEK 700 billion.
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