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Sweden braces itself for property market's 'November Noir'

Housing price data for November due out on Dec 14 expected to show monthly price drop will be as big - if not bigger - than October's

Apartment blocks beside a waterway in Stockholm's Sodermalm district. While few analysts believe Sweden is headed for a repeat of the real-estate crash of the early 1990s, households are getting more jittery about the outlook of a market that ties up large chunks of their wealth.


ANYONE with a stake in Sweden's property market should make space for Thursday in their calendar. That's when they'll get fresh clues as to whether they are facing a temporary blip or the start of a full-blown crash.

Svensk Maklarstatistik AB and Valueguard will both...

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