By Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Swedish firms are pinning their hopes on strong demand and firmer prices to soften the impact of a weaker dollar in the coming quarters, but analysts warned the outlook could get grimmer if the decline accelerated. Of Swedish blue chips, engineers and forestry firms are among those most exposed to the dollar and have had their earnings stung since it came off a record-high in early 2002. But a global upturn, creating strong demand in main ...
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