Sweden raises USD 2.75 billion in two-year bond at 1.525 %

18 July 2017 - Kingdom of Sweden raised USD 2.75 billion (approximately SEK 23 billion) in an issue of two-year bonds at a yield of 1.525 per cent. The proceeds will be used to refinance loans to the Riksbank. Sweden raises USD 2.75 billion in two-year bond at 1.525 %



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    Aug2017
    09:30
    Sweden's Central Government Debt July 2017
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    Aug2017
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    Sep2017
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    Sweden's Central Government Debt August 2017

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