STIBOR is the rate that banks are charged when borrowing money from other banks. The rates are compiled and published daily at 11:00 am. The Nasdaq Swap Fixing, which is compiled by Nasdaq Stockholm on a daily basis, is published at 11:10 am.
Nasdaq collects, calculates and publishes the reference rate CIBOR, CITA and DKK SWAP. CIBOR and CITA is published at 11:00 am. and SWAP at 11:30 am. T/N reference rates are published at 12:00 am.
Fixed Income Derivatives
Nasdaq is a founding partner of the UN initiative Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) and committed to promoting sustainability in the financial markets. On the fixed income markets, we support sustainability in finance through the promotion of sustainable bonds. Follow the links below to learn more about green, social and sustainable bonds and how to list them.
Fixed Income in Sweden
Fixed Income in Finland
There are five different segments on the Helsinki Fixed Income Market, two of which are traded electronically:
- Structured Retail Products – An electronic trading segment targeting retail investors
- Structured Products Units– An electronic trading segment for structured products traded in units
- Government Bonds – The listing venue for Finnish government bonds
- Corporate Bonds – The listing venue for corporate bonds