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Johan Ahlander

A$AP Rocky spared jail after being found guilty of Stockholm brawl

Aug 14 2019

STOCKHOLM U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky was convicted in Sweden on Wednesday of assault over a Stockholm street brawl, but spared time in jail after a high-profile trial that had led President Donald Trump to accuse Sweden of treating him unfairly. | Video

A$AP Rocky awaits verdict on Sweden brawl

Aug 13 2019

STOCKHOLM American rapper A$AP Rocky learns his fate on Wednesday in a trial over a street brawl in Sweden that led U.S. President Donald Trump to champion his cause.

Trump cheers as rapper A$AP Rocky freed in Swedish assault case

Aug 02 2019

STOCKHOLM U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky and two of his friends were released from custody in Sweden on Friday three days into their highly publicised assault trial, a development hailed by President Donald Trump who had tried to intervene in the case. | Video

U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky tells court he tried to avoid Stockholm fight

Aug 01 2019

STOCKHOLM U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky told a Swedish court on Thursday he had tried to avoid the fight in downtown Stockholm that landed him and two of his entourage in custody and facing a charge of assault.

Rapper A$AP Rocky to face trial in Sweden, Trump outraged

Jul 25 2019

STOCKHOLM U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky will go on trial for assault in Sweden on July 30 over his alleged involvement in a street brawl in Stockholm, the Swedish public prosecutor announced on Thursday, prompting an angry response from President Donald Trump. | Video

New chairman pledges to 'clean' scandal-hit Swedbank

Jun 19 2019

STOCKHOLM Swedbank shareholders elected Goran Persson as chairman on Wednesday, with the former Swedish Prime Minister pledging to "clean the house" after a money-laundering scandal.

Swedbank stresses commitment to Baltics after suspending Estonian chiefs

Jun 18 2019

STOCKHOLM Swedbank has suspended with immediate effect the two most senior executives at its Estonian business, which is being investigated over alleged money laundering, but also reiterated its commitment to the Baltics.

Some U.S. Fed officials are more worried by weak inflation

May 03 2019

STOCKHOLM/STANFORD, Calif. Two Federal Reserve policymakers on Friday said they were increasingly worried about weak inflation, an indication that some U.S. central bankers see a growing case for a future interest rate cut even as others push for continued patience.

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