Fixed Income Nordic

Nasdaq Nordic is the central marketplace for fixed income activities in the Nordic region. A wide range of products and services (such as listing, trading, and clearing) are provided for fixed income products in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland. Nasdaq Stockholm is the largest bond listing venue in the Nordics, with more than 6,000 listed retail and institutional bonds.

Retail Structured Products account for approximately 80 percent of all listings.

Lunch presentation in Stockholm October 23rd with Leo Melamed, the founder of financial futures

Mr. Leo Melamed was Chairman for the CME Group 1972 and that year the idea of the financial futures was born. The same year the first market for futures was established on financial instruments, IMM. During de following years as Chairman for CME Group, he introduced the Treasury Bills, Eurodollars and the stock index futures to the market.

Mr Leo Melameds road to success was not easy. It began 30 years earlier when Mr Melamed and his family succeeded to escape the holocaust in Polen and travel to USA and Chicago.

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Swedish Fixing

STIBOR is the rate that banks are charged when borrowing money from other banks. The rates are compiled and published daily at 11:05am. The Nasdaq Swap Fixing, which is compiled by Nasdaq Stockholm on a daily basis, is published at 11:10am.

Bonds Turnover

This is an aggregated report of the turnover of all OTC- traded benchmark bonds. It is published every weekday at 9am.