Risk in numbers: Denmark

Denmark has a relatively low exposure to macroeconomic imbalances, especially compared with its western European peers. The country’s low current risk score is predominantly the result of low inflation, a high current account surplus and low fiscal risk. The flip side to Denmark’s high current account surplus, however, is that ...

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