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EUR/CHF - Euro Swiss Franc

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1.0418 +0.0201    (+1.97%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Minor
Base: Euro
Second: Swiss Franc

  • Prev. Close: 1.0217
  • Bid/Ask: 1.0415 / 1.0421
  • Day's Range: 1.0207 - 1.0449
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Tom Cleveland
Jail Swiss Bankers For Their Atrocities
By Tom Cleveland - Jan 28, 2015 1

The only court these days where central bankers can be held accountable for their misdeeds is in the court of public opinion. Every central banker is guilty of price fixing in one way or another, and ...

Growth Aces
EUR/USD: FOMC Becomes More Dovish This Year
By Growth Aces - Jan 28, 2015

GROWTHACES.COM Forex Trading Strategies:Trading Positions:EUR/USD trading strategy: long at 1.1220, target 1.1550, stop-loss 1.1280GBP/USD trading strategy: long at 1.5080, target 1.5250, stop-loss ...

Kathy Lien
FOMC: Should USD Bulls Worry?
By Kathy Lien - Jan 27, 2015 5

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management Should USD Bulls be Worried About FOMC? NZD: What to Expect from RBNZ CAD: Backs Off 1.25 AUD: Beware of CPI EUR Supported by ...

Neal Gilbert
USD/CAD: Eventually, Gravity Wins
By Neal Gilbert - Jan 27, 2015

There were many casualties in the run-up to the European Central Bank’s decision to introduce Quantitative Easing, and those casualties beget other casualties as well. The most shocking was the ...

Simit Patel
EUR/CHF: Did SNB Intervene?
By Simit Patel - Jan 27, 2015

"Yup: a full reversal... with the EUR/CHF trading to below where it started before the suspected SNB intervetion, and promptly the narrative changed. The full blow by blow from Bloomberg: CHF Pares ...

Gary Christenson
Gold: Its Time Has Come
By Gary Christenson - Jan 27, 2015

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michael rodrigues
michael rodrigues Jan 27, 2015 09:14AM GMT
what you guys think for today ? i think its going to hit the 1.05 then bounce back and will be on this line for while

michael rodrigues
michael rodrigues Jan 23, 2015 09:02PM GMT
what you guys think for monday ? its going to be valued or disvalued ?

WHITE DEVIL
WHITE DEVIL Jan 19, 2015 12:56AM GMT
The Swiss are buying up Europe.
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