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10/25 USD/CHF touched a quarterly high at 0.9912 [00:35 GMT] #forex #fx #finance #.. 10/25 Read @MBForex analysis, in which he looks at the weekly technicals on AUDUSD,.. 10/25 Charts to Watch - Greenback comeback? By …
The dollar lost ground against the Swiss franc USDCHF, -0.2037% fetching 0.9808 francs compared with 1.0182 francs in the previous session. The pound GBPUSD, +0.1879% traded at $1.3302, down from $1.3324. Sterling on Wednesday …
The USDCHF pair moved sideways in a narrow range between 0.9938 and 1.0038 on the 4-hour chart for several days. As long as the price is above 0.9938 support, the sideways move could be treated as consolidation of the uptrend from …
USDCHF after completing an ending diagonal in the red wave C) made a nice bullish move up with the highs around 0.9816. From there we have seen an A-B-C pullback that unfolded and recently price broke above the upper corrective channel …
After experiencing a one-year downtrend, which ultimately culminated with a capitulation bottom ($0.7067 – August 9th, 2011), the USD/CHF has been on a tear – gaining 24% since. After hitting that low in August, the pair quickly rallied to …
So now we have to patiently wait… A similar situation is present on the USDCHF. Here we do have both: symmetric triangle and the rectangle pattern. Breakout from the triangle alone should not be significant enough to open a position. …
The dollar rises against the save have currencies and drops against the euro in the initial reaction. Read the rest of the article Non-Farm Payrolls Rise Nicely – USD/JPY and USD/CHF Rise Read more posts on ForexCrunch