The interest and share price indices show the development on the money and capital market. This includes the development both on the stock markets as well as the interest rates.
The stock market includes the big share indices on OMX Nordic Copenhagen
Short-term rates reflect interest covering periods up to 1 year. The very short-term rates are set by the Central Bank in order to comply with the fix exchange rate to the Euro. The slightly longer-term rates, known as money market rates, are particularly used by financial institutions when they borrow money internally.
Long-term yields reflect interest rates, which cover a period longer than 1 year. It is typical interest on bonds including both government and mortgage bonds.
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