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Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan speaks

 
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Jun 20, 2017
Swiss National Bank (SNB) Chairman April 2012 (Acting Chairman January 2011 - April 2012; Vice Chairman May 2007 - January 2011; In January 2010 his title changed from Board Member to Vice Chairman) Thomas Jordan is to speak. As acting head of the SNB Governing Board, which sets short term interest rates, he has a major influence over the value of the Swiss franc. Traders watch his speeches closely as they are often used to drop subtle hints regarding future monetary policy and interest rate shifts.

His comments may determine a short-term positive or negative trend.
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Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan speaks
 
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