Stibor, Swap & Treasury Fixing

As of 1st of January 2020 Nasdaq will terminate the daily publication of Nasdaq SEK Swap fixing and SEK Treasury fixing.


STIBOR* (Stockholm Interbank Offered Rate) is a reference rate that shows the average interest rate at which a number of active banks on the Swedish money market (“the STIBOR banks”) are willing to lend to one another, without collateral, at different maturities. For further information about the STIBOR framework, go to

Publication of Interest Rates for Swedish Commercial Papers

In conjunction with its reporting of interest rates for STIBOR , the STIBOR banks will report indicative interest rates for Swedish Commercial Papers with maturities of 1, 2, 3 and 6 months. Nasdaq compiles and publishes this data on its website and forwards this data to news vendors.

Fullname Last Date (daily at 11:00am) Danske Bank Länsförsäkringar Bank Nordea SEB SHB Swedbank SBAB

Bank Certificates

Fullname Date (daily at 11:00am) Danske Bank Länsförsäkringar Bank Nordea SEB SHB Swedbank SBAB

Swap Fixing

Nasdaq Swap Fixing is a fixing for the fixed rate leg in an interest rate swap. Nasdaq Swap Fixing is compiled by Nasdaq Stockholm on a daily basis and is published 11:10. The fixing is an average (with the exception of the highest and lowest quotes) of quoted mid rates from selected banks in the Genium INET system. At present there is Nasdaq Swap fixing on 10 different maturities from 1 years to 10 years.

Treasury Fixing


*STIBOR Fixing Rates are excluded from © 2015, Nasdaq, Inc. All Rights Reserved

** Please observe that the Stibor fixing T/N (Tomorrow Next) for Wednesday the 13th of May 2015 was corrected due to an operational error where a minus sign was omitted. For further information visit Swedish Bankers' Association.