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EUR/USD Declines Despite Improving Investor Confidence in Eurozone

The EUR/USD pair declined today, falling for the third trading session in a row, despite the improving investor confidence in the eurozone. The euro fared far better against other major rivals, though.

USD/CHF Flat As Treasury Labels Switzerland, Vietnam Currency Manipulators

The Swiss franc is trading relatively flat against the US dollar in the middle of the trading week after the US government announced in a new report labeled Switzerland and Vietnam as currency manipulators. The move had been expected for quite some time as the central bank continually intervened in foreign exchange markets to limit the franc’s appreciation. Will this have dire consequences for bilateral relations?

EUR/USD Falls Despite Positive Eurozone Macro Releases

EUR/USD fell today despite all macroeconomic reports released in the eurozone during Wednesday’s trading session were good, and the vast majority of them beat expectations. Against other rivals, the euro did not show a unified performance, rising against some but falling against others.

Swiss Franc Strong, Defying Fundamentals

The Swiss franc was the strongest currency on the Forex market today, rising against all other most-traded rivals. That was a very puzzling performance, considering that news neither from Switzerland nor from abroad was positive for the currency.

Swiss Franc Gains After Positive GDP & Manufacturing PMI Reports

The Swiss franc logged gains versus a basket of currencies today, getting help from positive domestic macroeconomic reports. Economists do not expect tomorrow’s data to be good, though.

Swiss Franc Soft Despite Better-than-Expected Data

The Swiss franc was soft for the most part today, though it managed to log small gains versus the Australian dollar and the Japanese yen. Better-than-expected domestic macroeconomic data was unable to bolster the Swissie.

Swiss Franc Soft as Markets Relish Biden Victory, Coronavirus Vaccine News

Risk appetite reined over markets at the start of the week, driving investors towards riskier currencies and away from safer ones. Surprisingly, the US dollar did not fare that poorly, but the Swiss franc was clearly a victim of the risk-on market sentiment. The only major currency that performed even worse than the Swissie was the Japanese yen.

USD/CHF Slides As FX Markets Prepare for Raucous 2020 Election

The Swiss franc is carving out a direction on Tuesday as investors brace for the 2020 US presidential election, comb through the latest inflation and manufacturing data, and determine if Switzerland can successfully mitigate COVID-19 without decimating the economy. With the world in the home stretch of a raucous 2020, can the conventional safe-haven asset continue its appreciation by year’s end?

Euro Mixed amid Fears of Second Lockdown

The euro was mixed today, rising against some currencies and falling versus others. There were plenty of reasons for the currency to fall, though robust macroeconomic data released on Monday was supportive of the shared 19-nation currency.

Swiss Franc Soft After Poor Economic Data

The Swiss franc was either flat or lower against the majority of most-traded currencies today even though markets were under influence of uncertainty and risk aversion. Rather bad domestic macroeconomic data was not helping the currency of Switzerland at all.

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