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EURCHF: will the SNB defend the 1.20 peg?

Updated -  Aug 27, 2014 10:05:00 AM


Since the Swiss National Bank (SNB) imposed its peg in EUR/CHF, this cross has only traded below 1.20 a handful of times, and each time it has bounced off this important level of support. In the three years that the peg has been in place, the market hasn’t tested the SNB’s resolve with any gusto. The market has seemed to accept that you don’t push EUR/CHF below 1.20, otherwise the SNB will act and you  [...] Continue Reading


EURCHF Pressing 20-Month Lows, But 1.20 Floor Remains Firm

Updated -  Aug 19, 2014 8:40:00 AM


Volatility in EURCHF has been extremely compressed over the past few years, so we wouldn’t have blamed any traders for avoiding opening this note altogether. For those who have made it this far though, the recent price action is presenting a rare trading opportunity in the typically quiet pair. At the end of last week, EURCHF ticked down below the 1.2100 handle for the first time since January 2013. The primary catalyst for this  [...] Continue Reading


ECB Pin Action: Will Draghi’s Dovishness Force the SNB into Action?

Updated -  Jun 5, 2014 9:35:00 AM


For once, the marquee trading event of the week lived up to the hype. In its much-anticipated monetary policy meeting, the ECB chose to cut its official interest rate to record lows and became the first major central bank to take deposit rates negative, meaning that banks now must pay to deposit their funds with the ECB. While much of this bold action had already been priced in by the market, the fireworks truly  [...] Continue Reading


EUR/CHF: 100-Day MA Providing a Strong Barrier

Updated -  May 1, 2014 8:20:00 AM


The EUR/CHF, a currency pair renowned for having low volatility under normal conditions, is trading particularly quietly today with both the Eurozone and Switzerland on holiday for May Day. Late last week, Swiss National Bank President Thomas Jordan reiterated the central bank’s dedication toward maintaining the 1.20 floor in order to ward off deflation. Just as it has in the past, the bank pledged that it would purchase “foreign currency in unlimited quantities” if  [...] Continue Reading


August ECB Rate Decision—Thursday, August 4, 2011

Updated -  Aug 3, 2011 3:00:00 PM


Research Note: Aug. ECB Rate Decision Summary Outlook: On Thursday August 4 at 0745EDT/1145GMT, the ECB is expected to announce a steady 1.50% interest rate decision, according to Bloomberg surveys. The main event will be the 0830EDT/1230GMT press briefing by ECB Pres. Trichet. We expect him to indicate that there will be no further rate hike at the September ECB meeting, likely using the ‘closely monitor all developments’ phrasing. July Eurozone CPI dropped from 2.7%  [...] Continue Reading

Tags: AUD, AUD/JPY, CHF, ECB, EUR, NZD, SNB

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