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CIBOR

CIBOR, Copenhagen Interbank Offered Rate, is used as a reference rate of interest and therefore is of significance for companies and individuals lending agreements, including housing loans.

The CIBOR fixing is calculated for Danish banking days based on contribution from a range of banks with thorough knowledge of the underlying market.

The fixings can also be seen on NASDAQ QMX's website 

The day's CIBOR rates for the following maturities can be seen below: 1 week, 2 weeks and for 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 and 12 months.

The day's rates can be seen after 11AM on all banking days.

The table shows the current rates and at the top there is a graphic presentation of FIXING figures.

Fixing

Current rates

BankW1W2M1M2M3M6M9M12
Danske Bank-0,39-0,37-0,36-0,31-0,28-0,16-0,070,03
Jyske Bank-0,38-0,36-0,33-0,30-0,27-0,13-0,040,05
Nordea Bank-0,37-0,35-0,32-0,28-0,25-0,070,050,17
Nykredit-0,37-0,35-0,34-0,33-0,33-0,18-0,100,01
Sydbank-0,40-0,36-0,34-0,32-0,28-0,10-0,030,08
Spar Nord Bank-0,40-0,37-0,36-0,30-0,27-0,13-0,040,05
FIXING-0,3850-0,3600-0,3425-0,3075-0,2750-0,1300-0,04500,0525

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