Dennis Dioukarev, who is a member of parliament’s finance committee for the Sweden Democrats, told Bloomberg that a motion addressing the credit market has now been submitted to the legislature. Proposed changes will target improved transparency, he said.
Sweden’s corporate bond market has emerged as a dysfunctional corner of an otherwise highly advanced economy. Trading in debt issued by Swedish companies froze in March, forcing 35 fixed-income funds to halt redemptions as investors fled.
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