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2019-02-11 10:34:16

Swiss Franc Plummets – Here’s What Caused the Haven Currency’s Mini ‘Flash Crash’

On Monday during the Tokyo session the Swiss franc (CHF) was aggressively sold. The USD/CHF pair for instance touched the 1.0106 level. This was a high that the pair last reached in November last year. On the other hand the Euro/Swiss Franc (EUR/CHF) pair touched the 1.1422 mark. Against the Japanese yen the franc fell to 108.80 while against the sterling pound it touched the 1.3056 level. Swiss Franc Rises Sharply Then Fills Gap, Breaking its Average Trading Range But within a matter of minutes the sharp moves were reversed. For the USDCHF it resulted in a trading range of The post Swiss Franc Plummets – Here’s What Caused the Haven Currency’s Mini ‘Flash Crash’ appeared first on CCN

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