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    1. One of the main advantages when trading EUR/CHF is that it isolates traders from any volatility associated with the USD. 2. If you are looking to hedge against other international currencies, EUR/CHF pair is the right one for you. It is also believed that the Euro and the Swiss franc have exhibited a strong correlation to one another, averaging to a 91% correlation between 2010 and 2015.
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The EUR/CHF, also recognized as the Euro-Swissy is one of the most popular pairs for traders. It is known as a cross-currency pairing. A "cross-currency pairing," or "cross pair," is a foreign currency exchange that takes place without first converting the base currency into USD. The history of the Swiss franc goes further than the one of the Euro (which was conceived in 1992). It was as late as 1848 when the Swiss Federal Constitution decided that they would be the only ones to issue money in Switzerland. This was due to the fact that between 1803 and 1850, less than 15% of the money in circulation in Switzerland was locally produced. Another interesting fact about the EUR/CHF pair is that, according to the International Bank of Settlements, it is the third most traded pair in the forex market, with an average daily volume of $44 billion. Its highest point was back in 1973 with 2.48222, the lowest being 1.03188 in May 2015. Currently, it is trading at 1.1215.

1. It is believed that Switzerland tends to intervene (sells a big number of Franks) in order to keep their currency low. The explanation behind that is that Switzerland would rather have a strong export market than having a strong currency. That is an important factor to have in mind when trading the EUR/CHF as regular technical analysis might not always be as reliable as it is with other currency pairs. 2. The SNB (Swiss National Bank) decided back in September 2011 to peg the CHFexchange rate to the euro. It implemented a “cap” of 1.20 CHF to the European currency. In 2015, after the removal of the peg, the currency saw an appreciation of 30%.

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