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Swiss Franc Demonstrates Uninspiring Perfomance

The Swiss franc’s performance was not impressive today despite the widening trade balance surplus. The Swissie fell against the US dollar and was little changed against most other rivals.

Dollar’s Bearish Trend Persists amid Negative Fundamentals

The US dollar was among the weakest currencies during the past trading week due to a range of bearish factors that made the greenback unappealing to investors.

Swiss Franc Drops as Traders Seek Assets with Higher Yield

The Swiss franc dropped today as the market sentiment was not favorable to currencies considered to be a safe haven.

Swiss Franc Reverses Rally After Disappointing PPI

The Swiss franc started the current trading session rising but reversed its movement about the same time as the disappointing Producer and Import Price Index was released. The traders’ risk-positive mentality did not help the currency either.

Positive Market Sentiment Drives Swiss Franc Down

The market sentiment was positive to risky currencies today, driving the Swiss franc down against its most-traded counterparts.

Swiss Franc Rallies After Speech of SNB Chief

The Swiss franc rose today after the speech of the central bank’s chief even as some economic forecasts for Switzerland were revised down.

Swiss Franc Mixed After SNB & PPI

The Swiss franc was mixed after today’s policy announcement from the Swiss National Bank and the release of the Producer Price Index. The currency gained on the euro and the Japanese yen but fell versus the US dollar and the Great Britain pound.

Swiss Franc Falls vs. Dollar & Yen, Gains on Euro & Pound

The Swiss franc fell against the US dollar and the Japanese yen but gained versus the Great Britain pound and the euro by the end of the Thursday’s session.

Yen Goes Lower vs. Rivals as Economic Data & Market Sentiment Don’t Support

The Japanese yen dropped today, hurt by domestic macroeconomic data and the general market sentiment.

Politics Continue to Damage Appeal of US Dollar

The US dollar continued to fall today as controversies surrounding US President Donald Trump made the currency unappealing to investors, making it erase all gains caused by optimism about Trump’s presidency and his planned fiscal reforms back when he was elected. The greenback was especially vulnerable against safe haven currencies like the Swiss franc and the Japanese yen.

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