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USD/CHF At A Turning Point

CHF still a safe haven. COVID-19 influence. This article will examine developments in the exchange rate between the US dollar and the Swiss franc. At the time of writing the exchange rate of the …Read Full Story at source (may require registration)



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USD/CHF stabilising here – Commerzbank

According to Axel Rudolph, analyst at Commerzbank, USD/CHF stabilised marginally above the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement at .9800/.9799. “Only failure at .9799 would push key support at .9716/.9695 to … Read Full Story at source (may require registration)

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EUR/CHF Could Find Upside In 2020

The euro has fallen against the Swiss franc over the majority of its life. However, the EUR/CHF interest rate differential remains in a positive position (on a central bank rate basis, the spread is … Read Full Story at source ...

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USD/CHF starts new week quiet around 0.9900

USD/CHF pair recovered on Friday following upbeat NFP data. Major European equity indexes register small losses on Monday. US Dollar Index moves sideways above 97.50 mark. Despite a 30-pip rebound … Read Full Story at source (may require registration)

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AUD/CHF: The Bottom Could Be In

The Australian dollar has fallen against the Swiss franc, despite signs of deflation in Switzerland and more stable inflationary pressure in Australia. It would appear that AUD/CHF has traveled … Read Full Story at source (may require registration)

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CAD/CHF To Rise With Positive Carry Despite Risks

The Canadian rate of +1.75% is far higher than the negative rate of -0.75% that the Swiss National Bank set in January 2015. Despite the spread widening, the CAD/CHF pair has been trading in a range … Read Full Story ...

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