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Will Sweden Swing to the Right?

Foto Berita Will Sweden Swing to the Right?
Warta Ekonomi.co.id, Jakarta -

Sweden goes to the polls this weekend in a general election, expect another populist uprising. For decades, Sweden has been highlighted by many as a shining example of utopian society. High taxes, but above-average educational and very generous welfare systems combined with a low crime rate, have made Sweden the envy of the world.

However, societal frictions have been rising, and many Swedes appear to be especially disgruntled with the country's "open arms" immigration policy. There is also criticism of the welfare state (known as Folkhemmet – people's home), with some linking its slipping standards to the strains that immigration has placed on it.

The ruling Social Democrat party has seen its popularity plummet in recent years, with some support going to the extreme left but most of it to the right-wing of the political spectrum. Compared with other societies, the decline in Sweden's social mood seems (characteristically) mild, but it has traced out a familiar path.

Our chart shows the Swedish stock market's (currency neutral) relative performance to the Eurozone (black line), along with the Swedish krona trade-weighted index. Having outperformed since 2002, the Swedish stock market started underperforming the Eurozone in 2012. This relative measure has been signaling that social mood in Sweden has been subtly trending negatively for over half a decade.

The close relationship with the Swedish krona is a reflection of capital flows as investors have sought returns elsewhere. If Swedes do vote in numbers for more populist, right-wing agendas this weekend, many commentators will portray it as a bit of a shock. The truth is, though, that a shift to the political extremes will provide a symptomatic exclamation mark to a negative social mood trend that has been going on for years.

One of Sweden's greatest gifts to the world has been the music of the legendary 1970s group ABBA. Essentially upbeat and optimistic, it appears to be in stark contrast with the Sweden of 2018.

Tag: Swedia

Penulis: Murray Gunn, Head of Research for Elliott Wave International's Global Market Perspective

Editor: Cahyo Prayogo

Foto: Reuters/Bob Strong

Kurs Rupiah

Mata Uang Simbol Nilai Jual Beli
Arab Saudi Riyal SAR 1.00 3,972.48 3,932.70
British Pound GBP 1.00 19,766.67 19,568.83
China Yuan CNY 1.00 2,179.44 2,157.79
Dolar Amerika Serikat USD 1.00 14,898.00 14,750.00
Dolar Australia AUD 1.00 10,860.64 10,751.28
Dolar Hong Kong HKD 1.00 1,904.46 1,885.47
Dolar Singapura SGD 1.00 10,919.89 10,810.61
EURO Spot Rate EUR 1.00 17,552.82 17,372.55
Ringgit Malaysia MYR 1.00 3,609.89 3,570.56
Yen Jepang JPY 100.00 13,234.43 13,099.47

Ringkasan BEI

No Name Today Change Stock
1 Composite Index 5957.744 26.478 602
2 Agriculture 1585.807 1.672 20
3 Mining 1954.048 17.971 46
4 Basic Industry and Chemicals 821.966 11.293 71
5 Miscellanous Industry 1239.096 -33.418 45
6 Consumer Goods 2491.409 13.779 47
7 Cons., Property & Real Estate 420.972 -0.966 68
8 Infrastruc., Utility & Trans. 1027.263 -2.237 69
9 Finance 1075.740 7.879 91
10 Trade & Service 829.850 7.907 145
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 LPIN 900 1,125 225 25.00
2 PANI 306 382 76 24.84
3 LAND 1,155 1,440 285 24.68
4 DIGI 530 660 130 24.53
5 IIKP 236 280 44 18.64
6 FILM 1,135 1,285 150 13.22
7 RELI 234 260 26 11.11
8 PBSA 660 730 70 10.61
9 NIKL 2,060 2,270 210 10.19
10 ACES 1,420 1,560 140 9.86
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 AIMS 230 200 -30 -13.04
2 BIKA 200 175 -25 -12.50
3 TOPS 825 730 -95 -11.52
4 SIPD 1,065 955 -110 -10.33
5 MAPA 4,180 3,800 -380 -9.09
6 INTD 308 282 -26 -8.44
7 MMLP 575 530 -45 -7.83
8 WICO 645 595 -50 -7.75
9 LMSH 695 645 -50 -7.19
10 UNIT 290 270 -20 -6.90
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 KPIG 690 680 -10 -1.45
2 BBRI 3,090 3,120 30 0.97
3 TRAM 260 254 -6 -2.31
4 ADRO 1,805 1,880 75 4.16
5 CPRO 50 50 0 0.00
6 BBCA 23,950 23,700 -250 -1.04
7 PNLF 232 238 6 2.59
8 LAND 1,155 1,440 285 24.68
9 TLKM 3,600 3,600 0 0.00
10 FILM 1,135 1,285 150 13.22

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