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USD/CHF retreated back down on Friday after bouncing on Thursday, but the 200 SMA held as support once again at 0.90 Full Article

2 M

USD/CHF has been bullish for more than two months and today's softer CPI report for September is one more reason to push higher Full Article

2 M

USD/CHF has pushed above 0.90 as we ass the 200 daily SMA after the SNB meeting, which opens the door for further gains Full Article

3 M

USD/CHF is finding resistance at the 0.88 resistance zone but the buying pressure seems strong enough to push this pair above it Full Article

4 M

USD ADP employment showed yet another strong jobs number, which is adding strength to the USD as labour market tightens Full Article

4 M

Moving averages are keeping USD/CHF down as the SNB remains hawkish, so we remain short on this forex pair Full Article

5 M

USD/CHF kept the bearish trend yesterday after the softer US CPI inflation numbers and hawkish comments form SNB chairman Jordan Full Article

7 M

The USD is feeling weak again as jobless claims came above expectations, confirming that the employment sector is feeling the pressure Full Article

8 M

Today the situation has reversed completely as Credit Suisse is showing difficulties, which has hurt risk sentiment Full Article

9 M

US YoY inflation posted a decline overall, but the February numbers were still pretty high, although the FED has other problems right now Full Article

9 M

The decline in EUR/CHF has escalated and we decided to open a sell signal, as safe havens remain in demand on financial uncertainties Full Article

9 M

UR/CHF has fallen below parity as the ECB starts giving dovish signals, while the SNB is keeping the rhetoric hawkish Full Article

10 M

EUR/CHF has been on a bearish trend for nearly two years with the 200 daily SMA acting as resistance, but yesterday the 200 SMA was broken Full Article

11 M

EUR/CHF retreated lower yesterday as risk sentiment turned negative, but the main trend is still bullish so we decided to open a buy signal Full Article

12 M

EUR/CHF dived lower after the ECB 75 bps rate hike, as they hinted on slower hikes to follow, but is bouncing back up now Full Article

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