Stockholm County Council forecasts revenue of around SEK 96 billion for 2017. The surplus for the period January–April before transition costs was SEK 1,389 (941) million. The surplus after transition costs linked to the County Council’s Future Plan for Health and Medical Care was SEK 1,125 million.
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The surplus for full-year 2016 amounted to SEK 1,708 million before transition costs, which was SEK 1,365 million higher than the previous year. The surplus after transition costs amounted to SEK 808 million. Stockholm County Council has reported an annual surplus since 2007.
The independent credit rating institute Standard & Poor’s has announced that Stockholm County Council is keeping its high credit rating.
Stockholm County Council had a surplus of SEK 1,708 million before transition costs, as reported in its year-end report for 2016.
Stockholm County Council forecasts revenue of over SEK 91 billion for 2016. The surplus before transition costs for the period January to August was SEK 2,848 million, which is SEK 328 million higher than for the corresponding period last year. The forecast full-year profit for 2016 is SEK 950 million before transition costs.
Independent credit rating institute Standard & Poor’s has announced that Stockholm County Council is to retain its high credit rating.
For the ninth consecutive year, Stockholm County Council reports positive results. The surplus for 2015 amounted to SEK 343 million before transition costs, which was SEK 207 million higher than 2014.