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Mutual funds, quarterly figures, Q3 2014

Investors preferred bond funds

The total value of Norwegian mutual fund shares went up by NOK 17.9 billion to a total of NOK 897.7 billion during the third quarter of 2014. Investors bought fund shares for NOK 20.2 billion. During the quarter, the value of bond fund shares had the largest increase of all mutual fund shares.

Age at first marriage and choice of partner

Early marriage – same background

Eight out of ten Norwegian-born to immigrant parents who married for the first time in the period 1990-2012 chose a partner who also had an immigrant background. Couples with the same immigrant background tend to get married at a younger age than couples who have different immigrant backgrounds.

Labour force survey, seasonally-adjusted figures, September 2014

Unemployment 3.7 per cent

There were 100 000 unemployed persons in Norway in September, corresponding to 3.7 per cent of the labour force.

Fertility of immigrant women and daughters of immigrants

More children, but fewer per woman

An increasing number of children born in Norway - and a quarter of all children born in 2012 – have a mother who is an immigrant. Nevertheless, fertility among most groups of immigrant women in Norway has decreased over time.

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