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18 Jun 2004 - 16 Jun 2022
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High turnover in the payment system
The RIX system has a weekly turnover that corresponds to the entire Swedish annual gross domestic product, GDP.
Card transactions on the increase
Since the 1990s the number of transactions using cards has increased sixfold. Cards now account for 50 per cent of the total number of transactions. The use of cheques has gradually declined and is currently negligible.

Financial stability
One of the Riksbank's core functions is to promote a safe and efficient payment system. The payment system is important for all economic activities and is a central component of the financial system. For that reason the Riksbank regularly analyses the risks and threats to the stability of the Swedish financial system. The purpose of this analysis is to detect changes and vulnerabilities that could lead to a serious crisis. The major Swedish banks have particular significance in the analysis. The Riksbank's assessment of stability is published twice yearly in the Financial Stability Report.
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Today's auctions of SEK loans with corporate paper as collateral and variable rate has now been completed (maturity 3 and 12 months)
(24 June 2009)
Speech, Wickman-Parak: The financial crisis - where do we stand today and where are we heading?
(11 June 2009)
Press Release: Swedish banks can manage increased loan losses
(2 June 2009)
Financial turbulence - the Riksbank's response
(List of the Riksbank's measures)
The latest Financial Stability Report

The Riksbank’s Financial Stability Report 2009:1 were published on 2 June 2009.
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