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Programme for SEK loans against collateral
24/10/2008 In a programme of regular auctions, the Riksbank will offer three-month SEK loans to the monetary policy counterparties. Starting on 10 November, the loans will be offered at regular intervals of approximately two weeks.   Read more
The Riksbank to offer USD loans on 28 October
24/10/2008 The Riksbank is to offer additional USD loans. Loans totalling USD 7 billion will be provided in an auction held on 28 October for the Riksbank's primary monetary policy counterparties.    Read more
Repo rate cut to 3.75 per cent
23/10/2008 The Executive Board of the Riksbank has decided to cut the repo rate by 0.5 percentage points to 3.75 per cent. It is assessed that over the coming six months the repo rate will need to be cut by a further 0.5 percentage points. The interest rate cuts are aimed at alleviating the effects of the financial crisis on the real economy and at the same time attaining the inflation target of 2 per cent.   Read more
Comment on a document from the Ministry of Finance to the Council on Legislation concerning measures for promoting the stability of the Swedish financial system
20/10/2008 The Riksbank welcomes the Finance Ministry’s stability plan. The measures strengthen confidence in the financial system and help to improve the functioning of markets.  Read more
Today’s auction of credit in US dollars with a maturity of three months has now been completed
22/10/2008
The Riksbank offers SEK loans on 27 October
22/10/2008
Today’s issue of Riksbank Certificates has been completed
21/10/2008
The terms for the issue of Riksbank Certificates on 21 October
20/10/2008
News archive 
CALENDAR
24/10/2008 13:00
General Council meeting
05/11/2008 09:00
Executive Board meeting
05/11/2008 09:30
The minutes of the executive Board's monetary policy meeting from 22 October will be published
19/11/2008 13:00
Executive Board meeting
28/11/2008 13:00
General Council meeting

See entire calendar
KEY FIGURES
THE RIKSBANK'S INFLATION TARGET
2.0%
The target has applied since 1995
Read more about the inflation target
INFLATION IN SEPTEMBER 2008
4.4%
Next CPI will be published on Tuesday 11th November at 09.30 a.m.
Read more about the current inflation rate
Link to Statistics Sweden, SCB
THE REPO RATE
3.75%
Applies from Wednesday, 29 October 2008. Next monetary policy meeting will be 16 December 2008.
Press Release
Minutes of the Executive Board´s monetary policy meeting
Table, repo rate
MONETARY POLICY REPORT
The next Monetary Policy Report will be published on 11 February 2009
Monetary Policy Report
QUICKLINKS
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IMF SDDS
Asset management at the Riksbank
THE RIKSBANK
Sveriges Riksbank is Sweden’s central bank and a public authority under the Riksdag, the Swedish parliament.  The Riksbank is responsible for conducting monetary policy, the objective of which is to maintain a low and stable level of inflation. The Bank also has the task of ensuring that payments in the economy can be made safely and efficiently.
Financial turbulence - the Riksbank's response
The Riksbank has taken a number of actions as a result of the current financial turbulence. This page contains links to the information that we have published in connection with this.Read more
Questions and answers on the financial turmoil - updated October 20
The Riksbank has compiled a number of questions and answers to explain our role in dealing with the prevailing financial turmoil. The page is updated with questions and answers regularly. Read more
86 per cent satisfied with their work situation
Employees of the Riksbank are even more satisfied with their work situation than they were last year. Confidence in both Stefan Ingves and line managers has increased. Read more
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