OMX Stockholm 30 (OMXS30)

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1,464.49 +12.48    +0.86%
08/10 - Closed. Currency in SEK ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Sweden
# Components: 30

  • Volume: 90,095,958
  • Open: 1,448.42
  • Day's Range: 1,447.36 - 1,464.98
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OMXS30 Overview

Prev. Close1,464.49
Day's Range1,447.36 - 1,464.98
Average Vol. (3m)89,714,681
52 wk Range1246.56 - 1720.02
1-Year Return9.96%

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Bilderberg CEO
Bilderberg CEO Oct 02, 2015 12:12PM GMT
The average mortgage term in Sweden is over 200 years, and Swedes are at the top of the world in private debt. The housing bubble will pop soon, and it won't be pretty.
Tamas Zs
Tamas Zs Oct 06, 2015 11:00AM GMT
When are you expecting this pop? in the near future or 5-10 years?
Bilderberg CEO
Bilderberg CEO 18 hours ago
Near future. The headlines in Sweden have been ignoring it for years, but now they are finally admitting there is a bubble in main-stream media. Even today, the central bank chief commented that something must be done. The government has been talking about how to address the issue, but it seems they're too afraid to do anything substantial. Compare the current Swedish bubble to the one in the 90s:. . . Other factoids:. . * Housing prices did not slow down in Sweden after the 2008 crash.. * One of the largest banks in Sweden, SEB, started raising interest rates on home loans this week.. * Interest on home loans is subsidized in Sweden.. * The repo rate is negative in Sweden (-0,35%).. * The Swedish government is hostile to business and job creation and continuously proposes new tax hikes on one of the most heavily taxed populations on earth.. * 70% of the average Swede’s income goes to taxes.
Niklas Tieu
Niklas Tieu Sep 04, 2015 7:02PM GMT
I finally believe the bear is here to stay. . Took a big short omxs30 position around 1480, leaving that position for a longer perspective while still taking smaller short trades daily.
Peter Svan
Peter Svan Sep 18, 2015 5:50AM GMT
As long as we don't break 1522 we're in the bearish channel,
Peter Svan
Peter Svan Sep 04, 2015 6:36AM GMT
Tips: Gratis E-bok för dig som vill bli Daytrader.
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