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Frequently asked questions
Why were there no results for my search?
If the period of validity of a group or series lies entirely outside the selected time period, your search will not show any results. Check the period of validity for the series by clicking on the link Series information. The date in brackets after the series name shows the period during which there are observations for this series.
 
If you have chosen a different selection than daily observations, or chosen for the results to be grouped according to a different frequency than day, the lack of result is probably due to the time period selected in the fields "From" and "To" not being complete. In this case, return to your search and check that the selected time period actually covers whole, completed weeks, months, quarters or years. A completed week here refers to, for instance, Monday to Sunday inclusive.
 
Please note that it is not possible to select future dates in a search.

Why does my search show “n/a” for some series?
N/a stands for not available and means that one or more observations for the selected time period are unavailable. Check the period of validity for the series by clicking on the link Series information. The date in brackets after the series name shows the period during which there are observations for this series.
 
If a series has not yet been updated with the current day’s value, this will be reported as n/a (missing). Try to repeat your search a little later in the day.
 
A series can also be stated as n/a as a result of bank holidays.
 
Why doesn’t my search show observations for all of the selected series?
If a series is excluded from the results this is probably due to that series’ period of validity lying outside of the selected time period. Check the period of validity for the series by clicking on the link Series information. The date in brackets after the series name shows the period during which there are observations for this series.

Why does my result show strange values, or values as text instead of figures, in Excel?
If, in an advanced search, you have selected a different decimal separator than the start value suggested when the search page opens, the figures may be indicated wrongly or interpreted as text when the file is opened in Excel. Go back to the search page and select the same decimal separator as that applying to Excel and then click on "Search" again.

Why won't my Excel file open?
This is often because you already have the Excel program open. In this case, switch from your web browser to Excel and check that a new file has opened.

What is the meaning of the date in brackets after a series name?
This date indicates the period during which there are observations for this series. If there is no final date in the brackets, the series is open. This means that it is usually updated with a new listing every day.

How many decimals do interest rate and exchange rate observations have?
The values for interest rates and exchange rates are published with up to 4 decimals.
 
Contact information
If you have questions about the search functions for interest rates and exchange rates, send an email to info@riksbank.se.

LAST UPDATED 10/7/2005 
 

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