|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Data||03 Jul 2020||-0.04|
|02 Jul 2020||-0.04|
|Lending Rate||22 Sep 2021||0||0||Percent, NSA||Daily|
|Average Long-term Government Bond||21 Sep 2021||0.24||0.28||% P.A., NSA||Business Daily|
|Stock Market Index||21 Sep 2021||2,274||2,272||Index, NSA||Business Daily|
|Treasury Bills (over 31 days)||21 Sep 2021||-0.17||-0.18||% P.A., NSA||Business Daily|
|Money Market Rate||03 Jul 2020||-0.04||-0.04||Percent, NSA||Business Daily|
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. As well as the monetary policy key rates, the Riksbank also sets the reference rate (previously known as the discount rate) which is found in this release.
Also part of this release are Stockholm interbank offered rate (STIBOR) at the following maturities: next day, 1 week, 1,2,3,6,9 and 12 months. The STIBOR is the daily reference rate based on the interest rates at which banks offer to lend unsecured funds to other banks in the Swedish wholesale money market (or interbank market). STIBOR is the average (with the exception of the highest and lowest quotes) of the interest rates listed at 11 a.m.
The reference rate is set by the Riksbank half-yearly and corresponds to the Riksbank's repo rate at the end of the previous half year, rounded up if necessary to the nearest half per cent.
Data are not typically subject to revisions.