Cookies on CopenhagenMacro’s website

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CopenhagenMacro uses the Google Analytics analysis tool to analyse the use of the website, including information about the user’s browser version and screen resolution. If you accept the use of cookies by clicking the ‘Accept cookies’ link at the bottom of the page, Google Analytics will use persistent cookies to remember whether you have visited the website before.

CopenhagenMacro’s website is operated by Danmarks Nationalbank. If you have questions about the use of cookies on CopenhagenMacro’s website, please contact​.

Accept or delete cookies

If the ‘Accept cookies’ link is not visible at the bottom of the page, acceptance has already been registered in your browser. Analysing how visitors use the website greatly supports our efforts to improve the website. If you want to delete your acceptance, you can do so in the settings for your browser.

Treatment of personal data from the website

If you subscribe to CopenhagenMacro’s news service, your name and email address is registered by us. This data is used to send you the requested information. Only few employees at Danmarks Nationalbank have access to a list of subscribers in order to keep track of subscriptions and help users who experience problems when trying to cancel subscriptions. Information about individual subscriptions is not passed on, and if you cancel your subscription, the data is automatically deleted.