CFO Survey reveals bullish mood at Swedish companies

The expansion agenda is still there, and among Swedish companies the level of readiness to invest and hire remains high compared to other EU countries, a new biannual CFO Survey from Deloitte/SEB shows. However, one Deloitte partner thinks the CFOs might be underestimating the decline we are beginning to see.

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Swedish CFOs are still optimistic about the future, but the upward trend is plateauing, a top consultant warns.

The trend to grow businesses in the country continues, and overal Swedish firms are keener to invest and take on more staff than their average peer in the EU. The biggest risk is still lack of skilled labor, both for Swedish companies and generally in Europe, according to a new CFO Survey from Deloitte/SEB which is conducted twice a year.

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