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    1. This pair is considered to be perfect as a carry-trade pair, in which an investor buys a high-yielding currency by funding it with a low yield one to make profit from the interest rate differential. 2. The NZD/CHF offers a good risk play, the New Zealand dollar has a mix of high interest rates and exposure to global economic performance whilst the Swiss franc is known as a safe-haven currency due to it gaining popularity in moments of economic uncertainty and distress.
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New Zealand and Switzerland, two countries known to be important exporters in the global scene. So much so that the SNB (Swiss National Bank) will try to do their best to keep the CHF's price under control to appease exporters. In 1848, the Swiss Federal Constitution decided to be the only ones to issue money in Switzerland. In 2011 it decided to peg their currency to the euro and it implemented a "cap" of 1.20 CHF. Unfortunately for Switzerland, in 2015 when it decided to remove its peg, the currency appreciated 30%, which had a devastating effect on exporters. Unlike Switzerland's sovereignty over what currency was to be used locally, New Zealand adopted the New Zealand dollar as late as 1967, after the imperial pound was substituted.This pair has a -95.6% negative correlation with the USD/CNH due to its trade relationship with China. Any move in the Chinese economy, like GDP growth or slowing, is very significant to the pair's direction.

1. As a good exporter, Switzerland needs to take care of its currency's value. If it didn't, their prices would not be competitive enough when priced in the local currency. Said in simple terms, the SNB wants a weak franc, and hence, it tends to influence the forex global market to keep it that way. Traders should keep an eye on potential SNB monetary policies in order to be able to prepare for any unexpected changes. 2. Interest rate decision from the RBNZ, the GDP of both nations, CPI of both countries, the Producer Price Index, employment changes, trade balance and several political events such as trading news with Australia or China. Any changes in the Chinese economy will affect the pair's performance.

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