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CITA

CITA stands for Copenhagen Interbank Tomorrow/Next Average and is of significance for companies and individuals’ lending agreements, including housing loans.

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


The fixing can also be seen on NASDAQ QMXs website

The CITA rates of the day for the following maturities can be seen below: 1 week, 2 weeks and for 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 and 12 months. The rates of the day can be seen after 11AM on all banking days.

 

The table shows the current rates.

Fixing

CITA

BankM1M2M3M6M9M12
Danske Bank-0,428-0,462-0,479-0,476-0,476-0,472
Jyske Bank-0,443-0,467-0,478-0,479-0,479-0,475
Nordea Bank-0,448-0,470-0,480-0,476-0,476-0,472
Nykredit-0,453-0,482-0,483-0,483-0,481-0,477
Sydbank-0,468-0,482-0,488-0,483-0,483-0,477
Spar Nord Bank-0,455-0,482-0,486-0,479-0,474-0,470
SEB-0,453-0,469-0,484-0,484-0,480-0,476
FIXING-0,4504-0,4740-0,4824-0,4800-0,4784-0,4744

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