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09:00:48 - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in CHF ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Switzerland
# Components: 20
  • Prev. Close: 8,861.50
  • Open: 8,771.00
  • Day's Range: 8,728.50 - 8,806.50
SMI 8,798.50 -63.00 -0.71%

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Below you will find information about the Switzerland 20 CFDS Index. The Switzerland 20 Index is composed of Switzerland's biggest and most liquid stocks. The SMI currently stands for 90% of Switerland's entire market capitalisation and it is therefore considered to give a representation of the Swiss Stock Market. You can find more information by going to one of the sections on this page such as historical data, charts, technical analysis and others.
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Prev. Close8,861.5
VolumeN/A
Day's Range8,728.5 - 8,806.5
Open8,771
Average Vol. (3m)52,413,444
52 wk Range8,372.9 - 9,616.38
1-Year Change - 4.07%
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Name Last Prev. High Low Chg. % Vol. Time
ABB 20.59 20.93 20.67 20.43 -1.62% 0 09:00:07  
Zurich Insurance Gr. 302.30 307.80 304.20 299.50 -1.79% 0 09:00:16  
LafargeHolcim 42.22 43.00 42.52 42.09 -1.81% 0 09:00:25  
Geberit 418.90 427.00 422.20 415.10 -1.90% 0 08:59:57  
Richemont 69.62 70.52 69.72 68.68 -1.28% 0 09:00:21  
Swisscom 444.00 446.80 445.30 440.40 -0.63% 0 08:59:12  
Novartis 86.60 86.54 86.64 85.58 +0.07% 0 08:59:59  
Givaudan 2,313.00 2,322.00 2,318.00 2,285.00 -0.39% 0 08:59:42  
Roche Holding Parti. 243.15 244.35 243.40 241.20 -0.49% 0 09:00:21  
Nestle 83.68 83.02 83.73 82.08 +0.79% 0 09:00:54  

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Name Last Chg. Chg. %
Nestle 83.68 +0.66 +0.79%
Novartis 86.60 +0.06 +0.07%
Givaudan 2,313.00 -9.00 -0.39%
Roche Holding Participation 243.15 -1.20 -0.49%
Swisscom 444.00 -2.80 -0.63%

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Name Last Chg. Chg. %
Lonza Group 304.50 -12.00 -3.79%
Adecco 46.85 -1.28 -2.66%
Sika 121.20 -3.30 -2.65%
Credit Suisse 12.73 -0.33 -2.53%
Swiss Re 88.56 -2.10 -2.32%

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John Margenthaler Apr 14, 2018 9:29PM ET
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I don't know if I have beginner's Luck or something else,
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Obire Loveday
Obire Loveday Apr 14, 2018 9:29PM ET
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How is the investment?
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Thomas Good
Thomas Good Apr 14, 2018 9:29PM ET
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Most likely less lucky nowadays.
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Alexis Jean
Alexis Jean Jan 31, 2018 6:19PM ET
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Where I can find some firm that give us stock rating for the Swiss market our French and all European ? I have all ready Bloomberg. Tks
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shaik khajavali Jun 09, 2017 8:20PM ET
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I feel Buy Bitcoin. It is simply too hot to handle. Even for folks with a high tolerance for risk and a long time horizon for more investors, Still upside doors are open for Bitcoin. Target 3960 $
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Jean-Louis Chevalley
Jean-Louis Chevalley Jun 09, 2017 8:20PM ET
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But you're not trading the SMI 20?
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Jean-Louis Chevalley May 02, 2017 6:29AM ET
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Someone trades the SMI here?
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Mar 07, 2017 8:40AM ET
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up?
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Feb 12, 2017 10:30AM ET
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up or down?
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Ddd Ee Feb 12, 2017 10:30AM ET
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Help
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Borbély Bálint
Borbély Bálint Jan 26, 2017 12:18PM ET
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I was trading with DAX, but i've recently changed to this, SWISS20. Can you guys please give me some advise or any suggestion about the difficulties or benefits ? Thank you.
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Jack Sparrow Jan 18, 2017 8:10PM ET
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Somebody in hear !!!! It will be a bull ? Reaction
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Jan 12, 2017 8:36AM ET
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nice to know
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Jaielah Dove
Jaielah Dove Nov 22, 2016 5:44PM ET
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Time to buy obviously...
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Jack Sparrow
Jack Sparrow Oct 20, 2016 9:25AM ET
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its goin down !!!!
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Jean-Louis Chevalley
Jean-Louis Chevalley Oct 17, 2016 5:30AM ET
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As usual, the index will gain towards december, hopefully. What you guys think currently?
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Sep 19, 2016 10:31AM ET
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Switzerland: Where INSANITY lives..Over 25 years ago, they invented a company pension system, and forced it onto the working people..There was nothing to invest, so they had to build gigantic housing projects..And they needed foreigners to live in these apartments..And these foreigners had to pay into the company pensions system,.And they needed more investments, and were finally allowed to invest in the stock market..But, there was never enough profits or money to pay the old retired people..NOW, they want to disallow, to take the money out, in example, to repay a mortgage..The system never worked, because they promised TO MUCH to the old people..It was a snowball system, that could only work with immigration, and it's coming to an end. GREED MAKES STUPID!
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Guillaume Roux Sep 19, 2016 10:31AM ET
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If the Swiss system is not working, which one is then ?.
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Sep 15, 2016 5:36AM ET
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Yesterday, at 17:30, there was a mega large deal going on, 9.4 Million, 90% of the daily turn-over. What was it? Is there a way to find out?
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Sep 15, 2016 5:36AM ET
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The Swiss stock market is "cute" compared to other countries. A Million is a big deal these days. Back in time, when I was portfolio manager, I always bought bonds and shares by the million and spread it onto the over 1000 accounts I managed.
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What is this how can Swiss bag is like this hahaha I dont't understand why is like that because actually Swiss is very expensive
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Sep 14, 2016 11:59AM ET
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I'd expect a steady decline over the next decade. We've seen the peak of the stock market. Consumer have everything they need and want, There is nothing left, capitalism could do for them. ..And, immigration, the only reason why the markets went up, can not continue the way id did over the last 50 years. ..When the European learn to live without oil, and find sustainable technologies to produce energy, then you can start buying again...With a criminal government, that lack the responsibility to address the problem and instead focues on show-business, the Swiss have no chance. After all, the nation, the democracy and the government was a French invention, same as the watches, the cheese fondue and the chocolate...The "swiss" natives are a minority now, and hardly anybody speaks the local language, because people only immigrated for economical reasons. There is no collaboration between the different cultures / nationals. Hatred will be the consequences during any crisis. We are DOOMED.
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The rich world, such as this "wonderful" role-model Switzerland, has only a chance to survive, if we learn to live without oil. .Please urge the OIL industry to reduce its capacity slowly and to start dismantle their infrastructure and build sustainable energy equipment instead.
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Aug 10, 2016 3:55AM ET
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Immigration is at a all-time-high, the economy overloaded with money. There can not be enough people to want housing, to absorb all this money pouring in from abroad. Pension funds are also overloaded and mostly limited to real estate investments. A dilemma, nobody wants to admit, otherwise the market collapses..Living on thin ice, with sell-sustainability rates going down to nothing. For how much longer?
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Buy at 7920 TP 8115
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Buy at 7920 TP 8110
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sterling intentions Aug 27, 2014 4:47AM ET
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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are BACK!!! You remember them, right? The mortgage CRISIS that was NEVER SOLVED? A Federal Judge has just ruled that King Obeyme cannot seal the data. Google: Judge rejects Obama administration secrecy on Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
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Your Opinion?
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#SIMI20 -Remains in a firm bearish Trend 5hrsTime frame - Resis for the day is @ 7858 -7868 however downside tgt @ 7818 - 7795 , ltp - 7850
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