Sweden's 50-year bond is about to test inflation anxiety

The Scandinavian country's longest-ever bond will investigate whether investors are scared of inflation and higher interest rates.

Photo: Jan Dagø/UDL

Sweden is about to test investor appetite for its longest ever bond, in a sale that promises to reveal just how anxious investors are about the threat of inflation and higher interest rates.

"We’re now starting to investigate demand and gather the banks that will lead the offer," Anna Sjulander, head of debt management at the Swedish National Debt Office, said by phone.

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