CHF Index: Swiss franc clears resistance

CHF Index: Swiss franc clears resistance
Written by:
John Adam
1st July 2014
Updated: 5th March 2020

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A strong day for the Swiss Franc, we have pushed through resistance and resumed the bullish trend that was very unconvincingly broken to the downside as a result of the ECB rate cut. EURCHF is selling quite well so USDCHF shorts should be a good method for trading any breaks higher for EURUSD. We ended Monday at resistance though so need to break above this level first (below USDCHF 0.8859). I am bullish CHF

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**CHF% Index Resistance (USDCHF support): USDCHF 0.88859, 0.8785**
**CHF% Index Support (USDCHF resistance): USDCHF 0.9000, 0.9013, 0.9050**
Note – the large spike on Mon 16th is a GBPCHF pricing error at the broker
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