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    1. Because of their individual differences the pair is a very interesting one: while the AUD may fluctuate with commodity cycles, the CHF tends to be very stable. Thus, the odd pair often generates attractive trading opportunities. 2. AUD/CHF can be used as a carry trade and can also be considered as a reflection of risk sentiment due to the risk-on nature of the Australian currency and the safe-haven characteristics of the Swiss franc.
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AUD was preceded by the imperial system's Australian pound, and the country chose to substitute it with the Australian dollar in 1960s. Australia's physical closeness to the Asian continent has made of imports and exports a deciding factor in the Australian currency.Despite being the currency of one of the world's richest and most stable economies, the Swiss Franc only accounts for about 1% of the global forex turn-over. Surrounded by Euro-using nations, the Swiss have thus far resisted switching to the common currency, and that stance isn't likely to change in the predictable future. Unlike the AUD, the CHF is backed by an economy built on banking, tourism and industry.The AUD/CHF pair isn't considered a major forex pair, though both currencies involved in it are majors. There's little direct trading between the two countries whose national currencies these are, hence the non-major designation for the pair.The economic background of the two currencies is quite radically different as well: while the AUD is mainly a commodity currency, the CHF is obviously more of a finance-rooted one.

1. The Australian economy is heavily dependent on the trade in and out with China. One third of their exports go to China, so whenever the Chinese economy shows fragility, the AUD may fall in relation to other pairs, including the Canadian dollar. Subsequently, a strong Chinese economy will support the AUD. 2. Investors should also monitor the consumer price index and the KOF indicator, which may give you an idea about the future direction of the Swiss economy.

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