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The Riksbank's role in the economy
What does a central bank do?
What is inflation?
What is monetary policy?
What does the Riksbank base its interest decisions on?
How can the Riksbank steer interest rates?
How is a decision on the interest rate made?
Can the Riksbank influence employment?
How does the Riksbank work with financial stability?
How is the Riksbank governed?
The Riksbank’s asset management
The gold reserve
The foreign exchange reserve
The Riksbank’s balance sheet
Rules and regulations
The General Council
The Executive Board
Stefan Ingves
Lars Nyberg
Lars E.O. Svensson
Barbro Wickman-Parak
Svante Öberg
Karolina Ekholm
Administration Department
Financial Stability Department
Asset management Department
Monetary Policy Department
Internal Audit Department
IT Department
General Secretariat
International Co-operation
Other EU co-operation
International cooperation for expert assistance
The Instrument of Government
The Sveriges Riksbank Act
Rules of Procedure and Instructions
The Riksbank’s statute book
Ethical guidelines for employees of the Riksbank
The Riksbank’s communication policy
Monetary policy communication
Money and power – the history of Sveriges Riksbank
From the first to the second world war
From crises to targeting inflation
Towards central banking
Era of regulation
Currency reforms
Stockholms Banco
Caroline years
Age of liberty
The Riksbank’s banknote history – Tumba Bruk museum
Important date
Sveriges Riksbank, 10 years as an independent central bank
The Riksbank archives
The building
The architecture
Guided tour of the building
The architect Peter Celsing
Economics prize
Work at the Riksbank
Meet some of the employees
The Riksbank offers
Riksbank interest rates
Repo rate, deposit and lending rate
Reference and discount rate
Repo rate, table
Reference rate, table
Swedish market rates
Treasury Bills
Government Bonds
Fixing rates
Mortgage Bonds
Corporate certificate
International market rates
Euro market rates, maturity 3 months
Euro market rates, maturity 6 months
International Government Bonds, maturity 5 years
International Government Bonds, maturity 10 years
Exchange rates
Monthly aggregate
Annual aggregate
Currencies against Swedish kronor
SDR against Swedish kronor
Swedish TCW index
Swedish KIX index
Cross rates
Older exchange rates
Exchange rates, silver mark in mark penningar 1291-1540
Exchange rates in Sweden 1534-1834
Exchange rates in Sweden 1800-1914
Monthly exchange rates for Sweden 1913–2006
Advanced search of interest rates and exchange rates
Frequently asked questions
New banknotes and coins
Colour, material and size of the banknotes
Size and materials in the coins
Timetable and work process
Background and decision
Design competition
Press photos
Notes - general information
Valid banknotes
20-kronor banknote
50-kronor banknote
100-kronor banknote
500-kronor banknote
1,000-kronor banknote
Commemorative banknote
Counterfeit or genuine note
Security features
Invalid banknotes
1-krona banknote
5-kronor banknote
10-kronor banknote
20-kronor banknote
50-kronor banknote
100-kronor banknote
500-kronor banknote
1,000-kronor banknote
10,000-kronor banknote
Security ink dyed banknotes
Information material on discoloured banknotes
Redemtion of invalid, damaged, discoloured or stained Swedish banknotes
How to redeem invalid notes
How to redeem damaged banknotes
Discoloured and stained banknotes
Coins - general information
Forms for redemption of banknotes
Valid coins
Jubilee and commemorative coins
21st century
Copying and advertising on notes and coins
Advertising on banknotes and coins
Copying of banknotes and coins
Cash Management
The Cash Management Advisory Board
Frequently asked questions
Brochures on notes & coins
Rules and Regulations
The Riksbank’s role and tasks
What is financial stability?
How we work
The Riksbank´s Financial Stability Department
The Financial Stability Report
The Riksbank’s ongoing stability work
The Riksbank’s influence
Financial infrastructure
Systems in the Swedish infrastructure
Euroclear Sweden
NASDAQ OMX Derivatives Markets
Retail payments
Continuity planning in the Swedish financial infrastructure
The Riksbank’s role in crisis management
Crisis communication
Published about financial stability
The Financial Stability Report
Recent speeches on financial stability
Selected articles from Sveriges Riksbank Economic Review
Responses to consultations related to financial stability
Current regulatory changes
The new Basel III framework for bank regulation
Basel II reforms
The RIX payment system
Who participates in RIX?
Who is allowed to participate in RIX?
How to become a RIX participant
Price list for RIX
Conditions and instructions
Instructions for disruptions
Clearing numbers for RIX participants
Special terms and conditions for monetary policy instruments
Eligible assets
Application for approval of securities
RIX Council
Payment statistics in RIX
Financial turbulence - the Riksbank's response
Terms for loans
Outstanding amounts
General terms for credit in Swedish kronor
General terms for credit in Swedish kronor, fixed interest rate
General terms and other documet for credit in Swedish kronor with commercial papers as collateral
Restricted Monetary Policy Counterparties
Press Releases
Press Office
Press photos
The General Council
The Executive Board
Heads of Departments
Head of Communication
Security features
Jubilee- and commemorative coins 21st century
Riksbank building
New Banknotes and coins
Chat with Stefan Ingves 5 July 2011
Chat with Stefan Ingves 20 april 2010
Chat with Stefan Ingves 15 February 2011
Chat with Stefan Ingves 15 December 2010
Chat with Stefan Ingves 26 October 2010
Chat with Stefan Ingves 2 September 2010
Chat with Stefan Ingves 1 July 2010
Chat with Svante Öberg 20 April 2010
Chat with Stefan Ingves 11 February 2010
Chat with Stefan Ingves 16 December 2009
Chat with Stefan Ingves 22 October 2009
Chat with Stefan Ingves 3 September 2009
Chat with Barbro Wickman-Parak yesterday 2 July 2009
Economic Commentaries
Monetary Policy Report
Material for assessing monetary policy
Material for assessing monetary policy 2010
Monetary policy in Sweden
Monetary Policy with a Flexible Exchange Rate
Economic Review
Financial Stability Report
The Riksbank and Financial stability
The Swedish Financial Market
Working Paper Series
Annual Report
The Riksbank's Company Interviews
The Riksbank's Company Interviews, May 2011
The Riksbank's Company Interviews January 2011
The Riksbank’s commission of inquiry into risks on the Swedish housing market
Articles and boxes
Boxes in the Monetary Policy Report
Articles in the Financial Stability Report
Articles in the Economic Review
Articles in the Riksbank’s commission of inquiry into risks on the Swedish housing market
Minutes of the Executive Board's monetary policy meetings
Consultation responses by the Riksbank's General Council
Riksbanksfullmäktiges remissvar (finns enbart på sv sida)
Riksbankens konsultationssvar (finns enbart på sv sida)
Consultation responses by the Riksbank
Brochures on notes & coins
Brochures about the Riksbank
EMU-related information
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