Swiss Franc

Goldman Sachs: “Still no fireworks in EURCHF, but certainly one for the radar…”

This is from Friday, so I’m a little slow with it. Its from Goldman Sachs’ ‘The Charts That matter Next Week’ (i.e. for this week, by now).
On the EUR/CHF, quite a long-term chart so maybe one to file away for 2015?Read more

SNB Cap Crucial to Protect Economy; Jordan

Thomas Jordan, the Swiss National Bank President, said that the franc ceiling remains an essential strategy to protect the country’s economy. Talking on Oct. 12 in Washington, Jordan said that the minimum...Read more

No Need for SNB Cap Enforcement: Jordan

Thomas Jordan, the Swiss National Bank president, noted that they have not intervened in the currency markets to protect the franc ceiling for more than a year. This is indicative of that the euro trading bloc is coming out...Read more

Yen, Franc Down on Bets Stalemate in US May Resolve

The Japanese currency and the Swiss franc dropped today as increased speculation that US lawmakers will reach an agreement on increasing the nation’s debt ceiling and avoid a default reducing demand for haven...Read more

Technical Analysis for Euro-Dollar Pair

The pair started the week under the 1.3350 line and continued to surge upwards. It then broke the critical line at 1.3415 and traded at a...Read more

Market Reversal Signs as Sterling Gains against the Franc Lowers

The sterling pound is reversing its best monthly gain in a year versus the Swiss franc as trading patterns suggest its rise was too much. Sterling advanced last week to a more than two-month high of 1.4592 francs, breaching...Read more

Euro, Franc, and Pound Rise on Emerging-Market Out Flows

Safety is gripping the markets as slides in Asian stocks and currencies signaled investors’ repatriation of assets from emerging markets. The euro and franc strengthened the most while the US dollar extended a drop against...Read more

Yen, Franc Strengthen as Aussie Weaken Prior to Fed Decision

The Japanese currency and the Swiss Franc advanced yesterday prior to the Fed decision. The two currencies strengthened as Asian stocks dropped, boosting demand for safe haven assets. The Japanese currency rose to the strongest level in five weeks against the dollar...Read more

Majors Technical Analysis 20/Jan/2012

Most technical indicators are showing this pair trading in neutral territory. The daily chart's Relative Strength Index is currently around the 40 level, while the Williams Percent Range is at -60. As the data is inconclusive at the moment, traders are advised to take a wait and see approach for this pair. Read more

Majors Technical Analysis 19/Jan/2012

Most technical indicators are showing this pair trading in neutral territory. The daily chart's Relative Strength Index is currently around the 40 level, while the Williams Percent Range is at -60. As the data is inconclusive at the moment, traders are advised to take a wait and see approach for this pair. Read more

 

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