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Sveriges Riksbank Market Rates

Published in Alternative Indices

The Riksbank is Sweden’s central bank. They ensure that money retains its value and that payments can be made safely and efficiently. The Riksbank publishes information on exchange rates and market rates, where the market rate is the interest rate that market participants are prepared to pay for various types of credit.

A treasury bill is a short-term debt instrument issued by the Swedish National Debt Office. The maturity of these instruments is usually up to one year. Treasury bills are used to finance the government’s short-term borrowing requirement. Treasury bills include the following durations: 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months.

Key Features and Coverage on RIMES

For this data source, RIMES hosts 4 indices, including:

  • Swedish Treasury Bill Maturity 1 Month (03/01/1983 – )
  • Swedish Treasury Bill Maturity 3 Months (03/01/1983 – )
  • Swedish Treasury Bill Maturity 6 Months (02/01/1984 – )
  • Swedish Treasury Bill Maturity 12 Months (02/01/1984 – 21/04/2011)

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