Sweden’s krona may slip further in 2020 as the economy grapples with weak consumption and investment growth and a lack of political will to tackle these problems, said Jonas Thulin, head of asset management at Stockholm-based Erik Penser, which oversees 38 billion kronor (EUR 3.7bn) of assets.
It has fallen over 5 percent this year to about 9.40 per dollar as of this writing.
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