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Results for 'EUR/CHF'

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EUR/CHF breaks out ahead of SNB

Updated  Jun 14, 2017 1:28:58 PM

While most central banks are or close to dropping their dovish policy stances, the Swiss National Bank is likely to buck that trend for a while yet as it seeks to devalue its currency. The SNB is almost certain to leave its main Libor Rate unchanged at -0.75% tomorrow morning and deliver the usual warning about it being ready to intervene in the FX markets if necessary. The prospects of a prolonged period of  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/CHF on watch as speculation about ECB QE grows

Updated  Jun 1, 2017 9:29:53 AM

The EUR/CHF might not be the most important pair at the moment, but it could be on the verge of a potentially large move in the coming days and weeks. The forgotten pair recently came to life as it surged from around 1.0650 to around 1.0975 in a relatively short period. As a result, several resistance levels broke down, as too did the long-term bearish trend. However, since the second week of May, price has  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/CHF: is this the long overdue bounce?

Updated  Nov 15, 2016 1:20:00 PM

Volatility in the EUR/CHF may not be as excessive as it once was, which may be a good thing for a certain central bank (hint: SNB), but the forgotten currency pair could actually bounce back this week as it has responded to a key Fibonacci support area around 1.0700/15. As can be seen from the chart, the 1.0700/15 area is where the 78.6% Fibonacci retracement level of the last major upswing meets the 161.8% extension  [...] Continue Reading ...

Research Note: December ECB Policy Decision

Updated  Dec 7, 2011 3:15:00 PM

December ECB Policy Decision Summary Outlook: On Thursday, December 8 at 0745ET/1245GMT the ECB is expected to cut rates 25 bps to 1.00%, according to the vast majority of forecasts in Bloomberg surveys. A handful of estimates are split between a steady 1.25% rate and a 50 bp cut to 0.75%. We think the ECB will cut by 25 bps, but also that there is a greater potential for 50 bps than the surveys suggest.  [...] Continue Reading ...

Weekly Strategy-Buying EUR/CHF on SNB raising the floor, possible negative rates

Updated  Dec 1, 2011 5:30:00 PM

The Swiss government today gave indications it might adopt negative interest rates to assist the Swiss National Bank (SNB) in its efforts to weaken the Swiss franc (CHF). Negative rates, last used in the 1980's, would impose a cost on anyone holding CHF deposits or long-CHF FX positions, likely provoking an exodus from the currency. Additionally, there has been repeated talk in recent weeks that the SNB may announce it is raising the floor in  [...] Continue Reading ...

Weekly Strategy-Selling EUR/CHF on EU Summit Relief Rally

Updated  Jul 21, 2011 3:30:00 PM

Weekly Strategy update Aug 2, 2011 1200 ET: EUR/CHF has dropped below 1.10 and nearly reached the bear flag measured move objective around 1.0910/20... At this stage we would suggest taking profit on the remaining 50% short established at an average rate of 1.1805. At the minimum, stops should be lowered to 1.1060 to lock in the gains. Short-term charts look to show a potential descending wedge formation, which usually terminates with a break higher.  [...] Continue Reading ...


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