Search SWESTR data
The Riksbank publishes the transaction-based reference rate SWESTR (Swedish krona Short Term Rate) every Swedish banking day. Using the search function below, it is possible to search for values for SWESTR beginning with the value for value date 1 September 2021. From that value date, SWESTR can also be used as a reference rate in financial contracts. Beginning on 1 October 2021, the Riksbank will also publish compounded average rates for SWESTR. Thereafter such data will also be available here.
Preliminary SWESTR values were removed from the search function in conjunction with SWESTR becoming available for use as a reference rate in financial contracts and with the conclusion of the test period. The data from the test period is available on the page Test period for SWESTR.
When necessary, a corrected reference rate will be published
The Riksbank publishes SWESTR at 11.00 each banking day. If any reporting agency or agencies send in or validate transaction data too late, so that it is not received by the time of the first calculation, the Riksbank can publish a corrected value for SWESTR at 14.00 on the same day. A correction is also a possibility in the case of technical problems. This value then replaces the previously published one as the official value for SWESTR. A corrected rate value will only be published if a new calculation gives rise to an interest rate that deviates by more than two basis points from the value published at 11.00. If a corrected value for SWESTR is published, the information regarding the dataset will also be updated.
Compounded average rates and index will be corrected only if SWESTR is corrected
Values for compounded average rates and index will be published every banking day at 11.05 beginning on 1 October 2021. Corrected values for SWESTR averages and index will be published only if the value for SWESTR is corrected and in that case at 14.05.
Report on the transaction dataset
The Riksbank publishes, on a quarterly basis and with a time lag, a report on changes to the transaction dataset that were either received or validated late and that would have affected the determined values had they arrived in time. The report is a summary and includes the dates on which the absolute value of the effect on SWESTR exceeds 0.001 percentage points (0.1 basis points).