Sweden - Treasury Bills (over 31 days)

Sweden: Treasury Bills (over 31 days)

Mnemonic IRGT.ISWE
Unit % P.A., NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Business Daily
Data 02 Dec 2021 -0.41
01 Dec 2021 -0.42

Series Information

Source Riksbanken
Release Government Bond Yields
Frequency Business Daily
Start Date 1/3/1983
End Date 12/2/2021

Sweden: Markets

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Average Long-term Government Bond 02 Dec 2021 0.1 0.17 % P.A., NSA Business Daily
Stock Market Index 02 Dec 2021 2,263 2,290 Index, NSA Business Daily
Treasury Bills (over 31 days) 02 Dec 2021 -0.41 -0.42 % P.A., NSA Business Daily
Lending Rate 01 Dec 2021 0 Percent, NSA Daily
Money Market Rate 03 Jul 2020 -0.04 -0.04 Percent, NSA Business Daily

Release Information

Swedish Market (based) rates

A market rate is the rate that agents are prepared to pay for different types of credit. It is set according to supply and demand.

Treasury Bills

A Treasury Bill is a short-term debt instrument issued by the Swedish National Debt Office. The duration is usually up to one year. Treasury Bills are used to finance the government's short-term borrowing requirement.

Swedish Government Bonds

Government Bonds is a term used for the bonds issued by the Swedish National Debt Office. The Debt office uses Government Bonds to finance the government's medium and long-term borrowing requirements.

Treasury Bills

Treasury bills are reported in 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, and 12 month maturity levels.

Swedish Government Bonds

Government bonds are reported in 2 years, 5 years, 7 years, and 10 years maturity levels.

The data for the 10-year rate refers to the par yield rates. “Long term (in most cases 10 year) government bonds are the instrument whose yield is used as the representative ‘interest rate’ for this area. Generally the yield is calculated at the pre-tax level and before deductions for brokerage costs and commissions and is derived from the relationship between the present market value of the bond and that at maturity, taking into account also interest payments paid through to maturity.” (https://stats.oecd.org/index.aspx?queryid=86).

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