Norges Bank publishes figures on the key policy rate, NOWA, Treasury bills and government bonds.
Figures are updated at 9 am on the first business day after the quotation day. Figures on all interest rates and figures previous 60 business days are only stored in the Excel- and CSV-files.
Norges Bank does not publish interest rates from other countries.
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Key policy rate
The key policy rate (sight deposit rate) is Norges Bank's most important monetary policy instrument. More about Norges Bank's key policy rate
Norwegian Overnight Weighted Average rate. More about NOWA (Finance Norway)
Treasury bills are government securities, with an original maturity of less than one year.
A bond is an interest-bearing security with an original maturity of more than 1 year.
Figures from 1820 and onwards can be found in Historical monetary statistics, Bond markets and bond yields in Norway
Norwegian Inter Bank Offered Rate (money market interest rate).
Starting 9 December 2013, Oslo Børs assumed responsibility for calculating and distributing the Nibor. Norges Bank will from the same date cease updating the Nibor, but historical data up to and including 6 December 2013 will still be available on our website.
More about NIBOR (Finance Norway)
- NOWA: +47 22 31 71 70
- Key interest rate: +47 22 31 71 70
- Treasury bills: +47 22 31 71 40
- Government bonds: +47 22 31 71 40