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The bullish action in equities has left safe-havens reeling. However, the Swiss franc is a bright spot and putting pressure on the USD. Full Article

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For many working-class individuals, a home is a major store of wealth. But, is real estate a safe-haven asset? Full Article

1 week

Market angst usually drives bids to the CHF. This hasn’t been the case today, as forex players are favoring the USD to open the week. Full Article

4 Wks.

Ahead of the Easter break, it appears that forex players are interested in shorting the USD/CHF and hedging their bets against the unknown. Full Article

2 Mo.

If traders and investors continue to pass on the safe-havens, there will be a selling opportunity in the USD/CHF. Full Article

3 Mo.

Given that the coronavirus panic is dominating the current news cycle, it is short-or-nothing for the USD/CHF. Full Article

3 Mo.

Going into the closing bell, the key number of 29,000 in the DOW will be the one to watch in U.S. equities markets. Full Article

3 Mo.

February has been a big month for the USD/CHF. Rates are up more than 170 pips and approaching a key Fibonacci resistance level. Full Article

3 Mo.

Aside from coronavirus fears, one of the reasons for the lax attitude toward stocks is today’s mixed U.S. CPI report for January. Full Article

4 Mo.

It’s been a positive start to February for risk-friendly investors. Stock prices are up as the markets are seeing significant bids. Full Article

4 Mo.

If you are trading the safe-havens, it is a good idea to be on the watch for any coronavirus-dominated news headlines. Full Article

4 Mo.

The outbreak of coronavirus across the globe continues to be the main theme at the moment. Full Article

4 Mo.

Historically, the Swiss franc is among the most coveted safe-haven assets. This hasn’t been the case today, with rates holding near flat. Full Article

4 Mo.

Outside of the worries surrounding the global coronavirus outbreak, there are a couple of key events to watch out for. Full Article

4 Mo.

In the spirit of risk-on, the USD/CHF is taking a break from its week-long downtrend. Rates have reversed from .9600 and are heading north. Full Article

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