The Riksbank’s website is optimised for Internet Explorer 5.0 (and above) and Netscape 6 (and above) and functions best with screen size 800x600 pixels. The browsers can be downloaded by following the links at the bottom of the page.
Material on the Riksbank’s website may be duplicated and spread under the following conditions:
State the source of the material and the date on which it was taken from the website, as the website is updated regularly.
The material may not be used in contexts where it could give rise to misunderstanding, misinterpretation or harm the Riksbank.
The website contains some material that is protected by copyright (especially photos) and that may not be published in other contexts. Those photos that may be used freely can be found under the heading ‘photo gallery’. Contact the Riksbank’s web editors if you are unsure about the material you want to use.
The material may not be duplicated for sale without authorisation.
If you want to create a link to the Riksbank’s website, please respect the following:
Do not link in such a way that the Riksbank’s website is placed within the frames of another website.
Display the link to the Riksbank’s website in a neutral way.
Use only hypertext links, in other words when the user clicks on the link he or she is transferred to the Riksbank’s web server.
Do not link in such a way that information is retrieved automatically from the Riksbank’s website and placed on another website.
Do not create links where the purpose of the Riksbank’s material could be misrepresented, since the Riksbank may be associated with the content on the website where the link is located.
Do not link in such a way or in such circumstances that the Riksbank’s material risks being misunderstood.
The Riksbank’s website contains cookies. According to the Swedish Act on Electronic Communication (lagen om elektronisk kommunikation), which came into force on 25 July 2003, all visitors to cookie-enabled websites must be informed that the website contains cookies, what the cookies are used for and how cookies can be avoided.Cookies are used on the Riksbank’s website to give users access to functions such as subscription via e-mail, ordering information, and bookmarks.How can visitors avoid cookies on the website?
A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer by the websites that you visit. Cookies are used on many websites to give visitors access to various functions. The information in a cookie can be used to keep track of a user’s navigation.
There are two kinds of cookies. The first kind stores a file permanently on your computer and is used for functions such as letting visitors know what is new on the website since their last visit. The second kind is called session cookies. During the time you are navigating on a website this cookie is stored temporarily in the memory of your computer to keep track of information such as what language you have selected. Session cookies are not stored permanently on your computer and disappear once you close your browser.