Sweden - Lending Rate





Sweden: Lending Rate

Mnemonic IRLEND.ISWE
Unit Percent, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Daily
Data 20 Nov 2018 -0.5
19 Nov 2018 -0.5

Series Information

Source Riksbanken
Release Monetary Policy
Frequency Daily
Start Date 6/1/1994
End Date 11/20/2018

Sweden: Markets

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Average Long-term Government Bond 20 Nov 2018 0.56 0.59 % P.A., NSA Business Daily
Lending Rate 20 Nov 2018 -0.5 -0.5 Percent, NSA Daily
Money Market Rate 20 Nov 2018 -0.49 -0.49 Percent, NSA Business Daily
Treasury Bills (over 31 days) 20 Nov 2018 -0.73 -0.73 % P.A., NSA Business Daily
Stock Market Index 19 Nov 2018 1,482 1,499 Index, NSA Business Daily

Release Information

The Riksbank's key interest rates are those the bank sets for monetary policy purposes. They are the deposit rate, the lending rate and the repo rate. The most important rate is the repo rate.

As of June 1994 the Riksbank’s key interest rates are:

  • The repo rate
    • The rate of interest at which banks can borrow or deposit funds at the Riksbank for a period of seven days. The repo rate is the Riksbank's most important key rate.
  • The deposit rate
    • The rate of interest banks receive when they deposit funds in their accounts at the Riksbank overnight and is normally 0.75 percentage points lower than the repo rate. The deposit rate is the floor of what is known as the interest rate corridor and is one of the Riksbank's three key rates.
  • The lending rate
    • The rate of interest banks pay when they borrow overnight funds from the Riksbank and is always 0.75 percentage points higher than the repo rate. The lending rate is known as the ceiling of the interest rate corridor and is one of the Riksbank's three key rates.

Revisions are rare.