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US Dollar/Swiss Franc (USD/CHF) Exchange Rate

Type: Currency | Group: Major | Base: US Dollar | Second: Swiss Franc
1.0065 -0.0003  (0.03%) Update 14/11/2018 04:13:03
High1.0128
Low1.0058
52Wk High1.0112 Since 11/12/18 0.16%
52Wk Low0.9257 Since 02/04/18 8.65%
Open1.007
Prev Close1.0109
20-Day Average1.00274
200-Day Average0.98501
14-Day Rel Strength68.0261
14-Day Stochastic73.58491

USD/CHF Pivot Points

Name S3 S2 S1 Pivot Points R1 R2 R3
Classic0.99991.00281.00691.00981.01391.01681.0209
Fibonacci1.00281.00551.00721.00981.01251.01421.0168
Camarilla1.01281.01221.01151.00981.01151.01221.0128
Woodie's1.00041.00311.00741.01011.01441.01711.0214
DeMark's--1.00841.01061.0154--

USD/CHF Advanced Live Chart

USD/CHF Advanced Live Chart

USD/CHF Exchange Rate

The Swiss franc denoted CHF (which stands for the Confoederatio Helvetica franc), is the official currency of Switzerland and Liechtenstein. It is used by the Central Bank of Switzerland and is the only version of the franc still issued in Europe.

The Swiss franc can be subdivided into hundredths known as Rappen in German, centime in French, centesimo in Italian and rap in Rhaeto-Romanic.

CHF-Safe Haven

The Swiss franc has long been regarded as a ‘safe haven’ currency, largely because of the country’s tendency towards political neutrality and stability which largely prevents drastic fluctuations in the currency. In addition, Switzerland has consistently served as a secure harbor for international investors as it has maintained a certain degree of bank secrecy and has managed to keep up the franc’s long-term external value. In addition, unemployment in Switzerland has remained at less than half the EU average.

Although this tendency towards stability often creates difficulty in Swiss Franc to US Dollar FX trading analysis, it makes the USD/CHF pair an excellent option during times of volatility elsewhere in the world when traders are specifically looking for a more stable investment.

The USD/CHF Chart

The USD/CHF chart indicates that the Swiss franc has been in a long-term uptrend against the U.S. dollar. Despite this, the CHF has little purchasing power. Goods in Switzerland cost about twice as much as they would in the US. The small purchasing power is made due to the CHF being widely used as a reserve currency by entities throughout the world.

If you’re considering trading USD/CHF our analysis can help you find the right time to invest and to determine when it’s better to stand aside.

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