Switzerland — News Archive

    Archives

Swiss Franc Gains as Safe Currencies Back in Favor

The Swiss franc climbed today, joining the Japanese yen in a rally, as risk aversion returned to markets. That brought safe currencies back in favor of market participants.

Swiss Franc Declines After Inflation Misses Expectations

The Swiss franc declined against its most-traded rivals today after Switzerland’s inflation missed expectations.

Swiss Franc Strongest on Forex Market During Friday’s Trading

The Swiss franc was extremely strong today, beating all of its most-traded rivals. That is surprising, considering that Switzerland’s economic calendar is empty today, and the currency had no factors to facilitate such good performance. Yesterday, the nation’s central bank made its policy announcement.

Rising Risk Aversion Helps Swiss Franc to Rebound

The Swiss franc rose against its most-traded peers today amid rising risk aversion on the Forex market.

Swiss Franc Rises on Robust GDP Growth

The Swiss franc gained against most of its major rivals today, boosted by risk aversion and the better-than-expected GDP print.

Swiss Franc Soft Despite Stable Consumer Prices

The Swiss franc was rather soft during Tuesday’s trading despite today’s macroeconomic data, which showed that Switzerland’s consumer prices were stable last month.

Swiss Franc Falls vs. Yen As KOF Business Barometer Declines

The Swiss franc fell versus the Japanese yen and was little changed against the US dollar following the release of unfavorable macroeconomic data.

Swiss Franc Under Pressure from Stock Markets’ Attempt to Rally

The Swiss franc was soft today as the attempt of stock markets to rally put pressure on safer currencies. The markets wobbled, though, amid trade tensions between the United States and China. Today’s decline followed Friday’s better-than-expected inflation data in Switzerland.

Strength of Swiss Franc Signals About Risk Aversion on Forex Market

The Swiss franc was relatively strong today, rising against such currencies as the US dollar and the euro, though not the Great Britain pound and the Japanese yen.

Swiss Franc Ends Friday Strong

On Friday, the Swiss franc ended trading strong against most of its rivals, with the exception of other European currencies. While domestic data was good, the likely reason for the strong performance was the European Union migration deal.

Navigation

Menu