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Currencies  |  October 29, 2012 12:02:39

USD / CHF The Swiss franc near multitýdenního maxima


Swiss franc against the dollar today, dropping by 0.2% d / d to 0.937. Price is heading to test resistance 0.94 or 0.944. The main support are the key front band .932 .915 .927. Market created in the middle of October, a new six-month low near 0.921, which, however, was not supported by the parities EUR / USD and GBP / USD. Supporting band .915 .925 once again retained the market.

USDCHF, daily comment

In the long term the market in spring showed significant growth signal, when he managed to overcome the triangle from the beginning of the year and reinforce important above the upper limit of resistance bands from 0.915 to 0.925, which previously provoked solid sales and it was difficult to overcome.The weakness of the Swiss franc significantly associated with anchoring minimum rate 1.2 EUR / CHF SNB and thus weakening the euro because of the euro zone debt crisis in better shape at the moment the U.S. economy.

Josef Kvarda
Analyst
HighSky Brokers

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