|Bid||95.76 x 0|
|Ask||95.80 x 0|
|Day's Range||95.24 - 96.08|
|52 Week Range||79.16 - 107.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.07|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||5.75 (6.70%)|
|1y Target Est||98.45|
(Clarifies that data reference in paragraph 19 is to real wages) * Labour shortages leave firms reliant on foreign workers * Hitting many industries, from tech to healthcare * Major parties signal labour restrictions on foreigners * National election due on Sept. 9 * Big gains expected for anti-immigration Sweden Democrats By Esha Vaish, Johan Sennero and Johan Ahlander STOCKHOLM, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Uncertainty surrounds next month's Swedish election but one thing about its outcome seems clear: immigrants will find it harder to get jobs and the consequences will rebound on local businesses too. A shortage of qualified graduates and an ageing population are squeezing the supply of Swedish labour, leaving technology blue chips and blue-collar employers especially in need of more foreign workers.
Corruption allegations that led to the suspension of Latvia's central bank governor on Tuesday may be part of a disinformation campaign aimed at damaging trust in the country and influencing October elections, its Defence Ministry said. It did not say who might be behind what it called a "massive information operation from outside", but said it was "identical in structure and execution" to campaigns that preceded recent French, German and U.S. elections.