The krona itself has remained remarkably steady, consistent with Sweden's superior public finances and falling inflation rate.
The Iceland krona dropped 4%, the New Zealand and Australian dollars 3%, the Norwegian krone 2.25%, and the Swiss franc 1.8%.
The Canadian dollar, Danish krone and Iceland krona have gained about 3%.
On the downside, the South African rand dropped 3.7%, the Swiss franc 2.0%, Iceland krona 1.8%, and Norwegian krone 1.7%.
The Iceland krona rose 2.3%, recovering some of its recent steep decline.
On the downside, the Iceland krona fell 0.9%, the Japanese yen 0.8%, and the Indian rupee 0.8%.
Only the South African rand, the Australian, New Zealand and Canadian dollars, the Brazilian real and the Swedish krona have outperformed the euro.
On the downside, the South African rand, Iceland krona, and Swedish krona declined less than 1%.
Sweden is expected to have a referendum on joining its krona to the euro as early as spring next year, with a poll recently registering 50% to 37% in favour.
Svanberg's comments were taken as a threat to move production out of Sweden should the krona be maintained.