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Export Managers' Index

Business Sweden's Export Managers' Index (EMI) is a quarterly index measuring the temperature of the export industry.

A total of 225 export managers in both large and smaller companies are asked to assess their export sales, market demand and margins in the last and the next three months.

Here you can download our latest Export Managers' Index.


Business Sweden’s Export Managers’ Index (EMI) fell by 3.9 points to 58.9 in the third quarter, from 62.8 in the second quarter. The EMI ...


The Export Managers’ Index (EMI) rose strongly in the second quarter compared to the first quarter of 2017, climbing 4.6 points from 58.2...


The Export Managers' Index (EMI) rose to 58.2 in the first three months of 2017, up from 55.5 at the end of the fourth quarter of 2016. A...


Export Managers’ Index (EMI) rose to 55.5 in the fourth quarter, from 53.9 in the last quarter. The EMI is above the 50 mark, which indic...


Export Managers' Index, EMI, fell to 53.9 during the third quarter, from 58.8 during previous quarter. Despite the decline, EMI is above ...


Export Managers’ Index, EMI, that reflects the current situation and accounts for both goods and services exports, rose to 58,8 in the se...


Export Managers' Index for Q1 2016 landed at 56.9 which is a strong increase since the previous period. The trend shift was based on the ...


Lena Sellgren

Chief Economist Stockholm Chief Economist, Stockholm
+46 703 121 902

Magnus Runnbeck

Senior analyst Stockholm Senior analyst, Stockholm
+46 8 402 78 81