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Tech giants top picks for Swedish mutual funds

FSA data shows that FAANG-stocks are popular at Swedish mutual funds – but a handful of domestic giants also make the top ten.

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Sweden's mutual funds have invested SEK 65bn (EUR 6.5bn) in Microsoft stocks and SEK 60bn (EUR 6bn) in Apple. These are the two most popular stocks for domestic fund managers, according to an analysis done by Swedish financial daily Dagens Industri.

The paper used figures from the Financial Supervisory Authority’s register, which publishes holdings every quarter.

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