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Swiss employment level rises more-than-expected in Q3

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Investing.com - The number of people employed in Switzerland rose more-than-expected in the third quarter of 2012, official data showed on Monday.

Swiss employment level rises more-than-expected in Q3
In a report, the Swiss Federal Statistics Office said that the number of employed people in Switzerland rose to a seasonally adjusted 4.12 million in the third quarter from 4.07 million in the preceding quarter.

Analysts had expected the Swiss employment level to rise to 4.09 million in the third quarter.

Following the release of the data, the Swiss franc was modestly lower against the U.S. dollar, with USD/CHF easing up 0.06% to trade at 0.9287.

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