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A wild ride in March
Carnegie Sverigefond

A wild ride in March

March was strongly influenced by the war in Ukraine that broke out at the end of February, and there was great focus on steeply higher energy and commodity prices, continued...

Mattias Sjödin 1 April 2022
Volatile November
Carnegie Sverigefond

Volatile November

Index movements were relatively moderate if we look only at the start and end of November, but much more happened in between. There were dramatic increases in European electricity prices,...

Mattias Sjödin 6 December 2021
Focus on inflation and supply chains
Carnegie Sverigefond

Focus on inflation and supply chains

September’s stock market was in many ways more dramatic than the index suggests. The market’s focus fell on supply chain bottlenecks and the associated inflation, and to some extent on...

Mattias Sjödin 5 October 2021
August: Ericsson, H&M and Electrolux
Carnegie Sverigefond

August: Ericsson, H&M and Electrolux

Following high pressure and continuous bathing weather throughout June and July, August was completely different − a rainy month. We experienced something similar on the Swedish stock exchange. The reporting...

Simon Blecher 1 September 2021
This bodes well for the long-term investor
Carnegie Sverigefond

This bodes well for the long-term investor

In July too. Strong reports, record-high margins, the economy and the stock market steaming ahead, and interest rates down. The spring’s strong rise in long-term interest rates, both in the...

Simon Blecher 9 August 2021
The strength of a sleepy market
Carnegie Sverigefond

The strength of a sleepy market

The stock market is starting to get a little sleepy, with turnover falling. This is certainly normal over the summer, with good news no longer met with hysterical price reactions,...

Simon Blecher 6 July 2021
The economy is very strong, but there are red flags worth mentioning
Carnegie Sverigefond

The economy is very strong, but there are red flags worth mentioning

Finally! The stock market has been one step ahead for more than a year, but now the increasingly positive effects of a waning pandemic in Western Europe and Sweden are...

Simon Blecher 7 June 2021
Hysterical interest in stocks, queues for IPOs and peak risk appetite
Carnegie Sverigefond

Hysterical interest in stocks, queues for IPOs and peak risk appetite

And so, the market turned. Large companies calmed down and rose just over 2 percent, smaller caps exploded and gained as much as 8 percent. Risk appetite is at a...

Simon Blecher 6 May 2021
March 2021 – a completely different story
Carnegie Sverigefond

March 2021 – a completely different story

Do you remember March last year? Everyone was talking about Covid, deaths reached Europe in earnest, countries shut down, health care was having a tough time, and towards the end...

Simon Blecher 9 April 2021
Alfa Laval and Assa Abloy make an entrance after many years of absence
Carnegie Sverigefond

Alfa Laval and Assa Abloy make an entrance after many years of absence

The Stockholm stock exchange is defying the US tech chill, and it is becoming increasingly clear that it is time for a Swedish comeback on the world’s stock exchanges as...

Simon Blecher 5 March 2021
Better the share price is weak and the company shows good reports than the other way around
Carnegie Sverigefond

Better the share price is weak and the company shows good reports than the other way around

The stock market year started strongly in Sweden, and unusually the big companies were the draw. This was possibly due to the hysteria on the smaller lists spreading, possibly because...

Simon Blecher 4 February 2021
The equity market as a whole is bubbling with a 2000-feeling
Carnegie Sverigefond

The equity market as a whole is bubbling with a 2000-feeling

Carnegie Sverigefond fell back slightly in December as bank shares tumbled and several large companies were forced to relinquish some of November’s gains, while small caps once again surged by...

Simon Blecher 6 January 2021
Stockholm’s best November in 18 years
Carnegie Sverigefond

Stockholm’s best November in 18 years

Christmas came early this year for anyone who likes rising share prices, with November in Stockholm the best in 18 years, and globally perhaps ever. All worries ahead of the...

Simon Blecher 3 December 2020
Sverigefond’s largest holdings have strong balance sheets
Carnegie Sverigefond

Sverigefond’s largest holdings have strong balance sheets

As often before, October was tough for the Stockholm exchange. Worsening Covid-19, more European lockdowns – although some factories and schools are open this time – and concerns ahead of...

Simon Blecher 9 November 2020