Central government borrowing
The Debt Office is responsible for central government debt management and borrowing. Our aim is to minimise the cost of the debt over time while taking account of risks.
Nominal government bondsLatest: 2023-06-07
Inflation-linked bondsLatest: 2023-06-01
Treasury billsLatest: 2023-05-31
Treasury billsComing: 2023-06-14
Inflation-linked bondsComing: 2023-06-15
Nominal government bondsComing: 2023-06-21
Borrowing forecast and analysis
The Debt Office publishes forecasts for the central government budget balance and borrowing three times per year. Next forecast will be presented on 26 October. The latest forecast is from 25 May.
Statistics on debt and funding
The Debt Office publishes data relating to central government debt, borrowing and outstanding securities on a regular basis.
News - government borrowing
Surplus for Swedish central government in May 2023
Swedish central government payments resulted in a surplus of SEK 39.1 billion in May. The Debt Office's forecast was a surplus of SEK 23.1 billion. The surplus being higher than expected is primarily...
Sweden gradually increases bond supply
Although the budget balance has so far developed more strongly this year than foreseen, the Debt Office still expects a budget deficit for the central government in 2023. Next year, expenditure will...
Calender - government borrowing
Highest credit rating and clear funding strategy
Swedish government securities have a low credit risk and the Debt Office’s borrowing strategy is characterized by transparency and predictability.