STOCKHOLM, June 22 (Reuters) - Swedish companies have grown more upbeat in recent weeks but remain wary of setbacks for the economy, a survey carried out by the Nordic country's central bank showed on Monday. The Riksbank said interviews with 62 Swedish companies, most of which took place in May, showed that a sense of "a certain degree stabilisation" and "cautious optimism" had taken hold compared to the previous survey in December. "The clearest signs of the stabilisation of production ...
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