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Swedish Krona

The currency of Sweden. It was introduced in 1873 when it replaced the former currency at the beginning of the Scandinavian Monetary Union. After World War I, the Monetary Union ended, but the Swedish government kept the krona as its own currency. In 1995, Sweden committed to joining the eurozone at an indeterminate date. However, a 2003 referendum rejected this course of action.
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The dividend will be paid in Swedish kronor through Euroclear Sweden and will correspond to the dividend that ABB Ltd pays in Swiss francs (the CHF/SEK exchange rate for the dividend will be determined on May 2, 2014).
Net interest income was up by 10 percent, mainly because of a shift in lending from foreign currency to Swedish kronor and higher net yield on the bond portfolio.
The notes are denominated in Swedish Kronor, are issued at a price of 99.
Net interest income went up by 15 percent, mainly due to a shift in lending from foreign currency to Swedish kronor.
The total acquisition capacity of Carnegie Fastigheter is three billion Swedish Kronor.
New sales excluding Germany rose 33% in Swedish kronor compared with the preceding year.
The bank's total Swedish kronor deposits increased on average by 6 percent.
Exchange rate effects from the translation to Swedish kronor affected revenue by SEK 34 million compared with the previous year.
9 million shares of Powerwave common stock and approximately 667 million Swedish Kronor.
Under this agreement - worth approximately 15 million Swedish kronor over a 12-month period - RKS will provide consultancy services to CGI.
The Board has decided to make a special contribution of 10 million Swedish Kronor to finance the professorship in honour of Hans Dalborg's career as a banker and achievements in the creation of Nordea," said Vesa Vainio, Chairman of the Board, as he made the announcement at Nordea's Annual General Meeting on Tuesday.
Flextronics evaluated a number of different document management systems before placing an order worth 5 Million Swedish Kronor for Excosoft Content Manager.

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