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Adjusted Employment Index in Sweden (DISCONTINUED) (SWEEIAQ)
Observation:
Q2 2013: 104.1 (+ more)Updated: Sep 3, 2013
Q2 2013:  104.1  
Q1 2013:  103.8  
Q4 2012:  103.6  
Q3 2012:  103.4  
Q2 2012:  103.3 
Units:
Index 2007:Q1=100,Seasonally Adjusted
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Adjusted Employment Index in Sweden (DISCONTINUED)
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Title  Release Dates  


Adjusted Employment Index in Sweden  20101104  20130731 
Adjusted Employment Index in Sweden (DISCONTINUED)  20130801  20130801 
Source  


U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics  20101104  20130801 
Release  


International Unemployment Rates and Employment Indexes  20101104  20130801 
Units  


Index 2009:Q3=100  20101104  20101201 
Index 2009:Q4=100  20101202  20110302 
Index 2010:Q1=100  20110303  20110601 
Index 2010:Q2=100  20110602  20110831 
Index 2010:Q3=100  20110901  20111201 
Index 2010:Q4=100  20111202  20120307 
Index 2011:Q1=100  20120308  20120404 
Index 2007:Q1=100  20120405  20130801 
Frequency  


Quarterly  20101104  20130801 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Seasonally Adjusted  20101104  20130801 
Notes  


Series is adjusted to U.S. Concepts.

20101104  20130731 
Series is adjusted to U.S. Concepts. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has eliminated the International Labor Comparisons (ILC) program. This is the last BLS release of international unemployment rates and employment indexes. 
20130801  20130801 
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