STOCKHOLM, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Sweden's trade surplus narrowed to 0.7 billion Swedish crowns ($1.09 billion) in December from a revised 3.2 billion the month before, the statistics office said on Monday.
The trade surplus was the lowest since August 2010 when it briefly stood at a deficit.
The prior month's surplus was revised from an initial reading of 3.6 billion crowns.
KEY FIGURES: Dec 2012 Nov 2012*
Trade balance (SEK bln) 0.7 3.2
Exports of goods 80.7 98.5
Imports of goods 80.0 95.3
* Trade balance revised from 3.6 billion crowns, exports from 99.2 billion, imports from 95.6 billion
For full SCB statement and table see
For stories on Swedish trade data, click on
For Swedish crown double-click on
For crown Forward Rate Agreements
Swedish bond reaction
Swedish T-Bill reaction
Swedish benchmark bond reaction
($1 = 6.4459 Swedish crowns) Keywords: SWEDEN TRADE/
(Stockholm Newsroom, tel: +46-8-700 1017, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright Thomson Reuters 2013. All rights reserved.
The copying, republication or redistribution of Reuters News Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Thomson Reuters.