Oslo Børs Nibor U-Turn Irks End-Users

Øyvind Skar, senior vice president of information services at Oslo Børs

The exchange was appointed to calculate the Nibor rate-which determines the money market interest rate between banks in Norway-after recent cases of manipulation of interbank interest rates such as the London InterBank Offered Rate (Libor) led Norwegian regulators to call for a more transparent rate-setting process.

In a notification distributed on Sept. 12, Oslo Børs informed customers that the data would be available under a separate license from its existing data products. However, on Dec. 10

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