Press meeting on the IMF’s view of the Swedish economy
04/06/2010 A delegation from the International Monetary Fund, IMF, will conclude its annual visit to Sweden on Monday 7 June. The visit is made in connection with the IMF's regular consultations with member countries. The head of the delegation, Mr Peter Doyle, will present his views of the Swedish economy at a press meeting held on Monday 7 June. Read more
Monetary Policy in Sweden
03/06/2010 The document "Monetary Policy in Sweden”, which describes the Riksbank’s monetary policy objective and strategies, has been updated. At the same time, the Executive Board of the Riksbank has decided to remove the tolerance interval from the specification of the monetary policy objective Read more
Riksbank renews banknote and coin series
03/06/2010 The Riksbank is renewing the Swedish banknote and coin series and adding a 2-krona coin and a 200-krona banknote to the series. This was decided by the Riksdag, the Swedish parliament, on 2 June following a proposal from the Riksbank. However, the Riksdag rejected a proposal for the replacement of the 20-kronor banknote by a coin. Read more
Questions and answers on the Monetary Policy in Sweden report
03/06/2010 The Riksbank has compiled a number of questions and answers relating to the new version of the document Monetary Policy in Sweden, which is published today. Monetary Policy in Sweden, which describes the Riksbank's monetary policy objective and strategies, has been updated. Read more
Banks well-prepared but uncertainty has increased
01/06/2010 The major banks are well-capitalised in an international comparison, and loan losses are expected to be lower in the coming period. The Riksbank therefore makes the assessment that the banks are well-equipped to meet unexpected and negative events in the period ahead. But there are still large risks, and uncertainty has recently increased. Read more 03/06/201008:00 Meeting of the Executive Board. 09:00 The brochure Monetary Policy in Sweden will be published on the Riksbank's website at 9 a.m. 09:00 Governor Stefan Ingves will visit the Riksdag Committee on Finance to inform them about the brochure Monetary Policy in Sweden. 13:00 Meeting of the General Council of the Riksbank. 04/06/1011:30 Deputy Governor Lars Nyberg will talk about the role of the Riksbank on the international stage, at Rotary in Stockholm, Militärsällskapet, Valhallavägen 104.See entire calendar
Current forecast for the repo rate
Applies from 21 April 2010 2010. Next monetary policy meeting will be on 30 June l 2010.
Table, repo rate
The next publication will be on Thursday 10th June 2010 09.30 a.m.
Read more about the current inflation rate
Link to Statistics Sweden, SCB
MONETARY POLICY REPORT
The next Monetary Policy Report will be published on 1 July 2010.
Monetary Policy Report
Planned auctions of SEK loans
Asset management at 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.
Coin to commemorate the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel WestlingThe Riksbank is issuing a commemorative coin to celebrate the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel Westling on 19 June 2010. A silver coin will be issued in the denomination of SEK 300 and a gold coin in the denomination of SEK 4,000. Read more Financial turbulence - the Riksbank's responseThe 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 How does the Riksbank control interest rates?It is the Executive Board of the Riksbank that decides the level of the repo rate. But, how does the Riksbank control the interest rate in practice? Read more 103 37 Stockholm Brunkebergstorg 11 Phone +46 8 787 00 00 Fax +46 8 21 05 31 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Press contact +46 8 787 02 00