The Swedish crown tumbled after weak inflation data spurred sales of the currency and a paring of bets that interest rates would rise this year.
The crown was savaged by a slowdown in inflation less than two months after its central bank had dared to raise interest rates for the first time in seven years.
Last week, the crown rose after Sweden’s central bank said it would stick to its plan to raise rates in the second half of 2019.
The currency plunged more than 1 percent to a two-year low against the dollar at 9.4180, after a report showed inflation slowed in January. Against the euro, it was headed for its biggest daily decline in more than 15 months. It touched 10.621, its weakest since September.
The euro appreciated against the dollar on trade optimism. It reversed earlier losses after data showed Italian industrial orders dropped 5.3