The Swedish election on September 9 is a pivotal one for a country whose historically dominant Social Democratic party is under attack from the political right. Pre-election polls show SD down to around 25% support from longstanding levels just shy of 50%. The prime beneficiary is the right-wing Sweden Democrats party, whose anti-immigration platform has received massive support in the wake of the 2015-16 European migrant crisis and on public concerns regarding integration
, crime, and policing.
Join Saxo Bank Chief Investment Officer Steen Jakobsen, Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry, and technical analyst Kim Cramer Larsson as they examine what this vote could mean for SEK, Swedish assets, and the ongoing trend towards populism in Europe.