Swedish cbank chief sees risks from household debt
STOCKHOLM, Sept 20
STOCKHOLM, Sept 20 (Reuters) - High levels of household debt remain a risk to the Swedish economy, central bank Governor Stefan Ingves said on Friday.
"The high level of houeshold debt is not something that you can turn around over night," Ingves said in a presentation to the Swedish parliament's finance committee.
"It is a risk that we have to manage in the Swedish economy."
Ingves also said that an improved international picture would contribute to better growth in Sweden. (Reporting by Johan Ahlander and Simon Johnson)
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