We have gathered some useful statistics on our main markets: Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Ireland, Finland and the Baltic states. The statistics cover lending volumes, lending margins, remortgaging activity, stock exchange indices and more. You can download the statistics in an Excel file:
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The statistics were collected from external sources such as the following:
- Danmarks Nationalbank (www.nationalbanken.dk)
Danmarks Nationalbank is Denmark's central bank. Its objective is to maintain a stable and well-functioning financial system in Denmark.
- Association of Danish Mortgage Banks (www.realkreditraadet.dk)
The Association is a group of institutions that provide loans based on the issuance of mortgage bonds in accordance with Danish mortgage finance law.
- Statistics Sweden / Statistiska Centralbyrån (www.scb.se)
Statistics Sweden is a central government authority for official statistics and other government statistics and is responsible for co-ordinating and supporting the Swedish system of official statistics.
- OMX Group (www.omxgroup.com)
The OMX Nordic Exchange serves as a central gateway to the Nordic and Baltic financial markets, promoting greater interest, opportunity and investment in the whole region.
- Norges Bank (www.norgesbank.no)
Norges Bank is Norway's central bank. It's objective is to promote confidence in the Norwegian economy and its financial system.
- Central Bank & Financial Services Authority of Ireland (www.centralbank.ie)
The CBFSAI carries out all of the activities formerly carried out by the Central Bank of Ireland and additional regulatory and consumer protection functions for the financial services sector.
- Irish Stock Exchange (www.ise.ie)
The exchange is a key element of the Irish financial infrastucture, conducting trade in equities, bonds and specialist securities.
- Bank of Finland (www.bof.fi)
The Bank of Finland is Finland's central bank and a member of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB).
- Bank of Latvia (www.bank.lv)
The Bank of Latvia is the central bank of the Republic of Latvia. It is one of the key public institutions and carries out economic functions as prescribed by law. Its principal objective is to regulate currency in circulation by implementing monetary policy to maintain price stability in Latvia.
- Bank of Estonia (www.bankofestonia.info)
The Bank of Estonia's core tasks are to participate in the economic policy in Estonia, maintain financial stability and arrange cash circulation.
- Bank of Lithuania (www.lb.lt)
The Bank of Lithuania is the central bank of the Republic of Lithuania. Its principal objective is to maintain price stability. The Bank acts independently of the Lithuanian state government.
Last updated on 3 October 2012