About Danmarks Nationalbank
Danmarks Nationalbank is the central bank of Denmark and is a self-governing, independent institution. The independence of Danmarks Nationalbank is incorporated into the Danmarks Nationalbank Act from 1936, in that the bank’s Board of Governors is solely responsible for determining monetary-policy interest rates.
Danmarks Nationalbank’s three main objectives are to contribute to ensuring stable prices, safe payments and a stable financial system.
Danmarks Nationalbank promotes stable prices by conducting a fixed-exchange-rate policy vis-à-vis the euro. The aim is to keep inflation low, which is done via monetary and exchange-rate policies. Further information about Danmarks Nationalbank’s work to promote stable prices can be found under Market info and Monetary policy… Continue reading about Danmarks Nationalbank here.