Denmark Three-Month Libor Rate: Bloomberg Survey

The following table shows economists’ forecasts for Denmark’s three-month Libor yield as surveyed by Bloomberg News from May 10 to May 15. All figures are as of the end of the quarter.

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                                   2Q     3Q     4Q     1Q     4Q
                                 2013   2013   2013   2014   2014
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# of replies                        3      4      5      4      3
Median                          0.25%  0.25%  0.25%  0.35%  0.50%
Average                         0.26%  0.26%  0.27%  0.34%  0.43%
High Forecast                   0.27%  0.31%  0.35%  0.40%  0.55%
Low Forecast                    0.25%  0.23%  0.20%  0.25%  0.25%
Previous median                 0.35%  0.38%  0.30%    n/a    n/a
Change in median               -0.10% -0.13% -0.05%    n/a    n/a
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ABN Amro:                         n/a    n/a  0.20%    n/a  0.50%
Danske Bank:                    0.25%  0.25%  0.30%  0.40%    n/a
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                                   2Q     3Q     4Q     1Q     4Q
                                 2013   2013   2013   2014   2014
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Deka Bank:                        n/a  0.23%  0.25%  0.30%    n/a
ING Bank:                       0.25%  0.25%  0.25%  0.25%  0.25%
Nordea: J. Nielsen              0.27%  0.31%  0.35%  0.40%  0.55%
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