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Swedish krona surged versus euro during lockdown


Swedish krona notes and coins sit in a cashier’s till.

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Sweden’s currency, the krona or crown, has strengthened against the euro in the last three months, as the country went against the grain in its response to the coronavirus pandemic and kept much of its public and business life open.

As the rest of Europe went into lockdown, the Swedish krona weakened sharply against the euro, with one euro fetching 11.2025 SEK on March 18. Now, over three months on, the currency has strengthened and on Thursday, a euro fetched 10.4704 Swedish krona (SEK).

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