|Day's range||1.091 - 1.092|
|52-week range||1.0816 - 1.3080|
Investing.com -- The Swiss National Bank left its key interest rate unchanged Thursday but took steps to reduce the penalty that banks pay on excess reserves, a week after the European Central Bank took similar action to protect euro zone banks against the harmful side-effects of negative rates. The SNB said the volume of excess reserves that will be remunerated at the penalty rate will be reviewed on a monthly basis.
Investing.com - Oil prices will react when markets open after an attack on a key Saudi production facility, amid uncertainty over how much global supply will be disrupted. Investors are also bracing for another interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve this week, as well as a flurry of rate decisions from other world central banks.
It promises to be an interesting month, especially as we build to what is a ‘live’ FOMC meeting in July, with implied at 62% chance of a cut. If Trump doesn’t converge with the Mexicans and Chinese then the Fed start chopping and that has huge implications – gold bulls will be feeling a tad excited right here.
USDCHF’s pullback from 0.9935 can’t be considered as a sign of its strength unless the pair clears 1.0005-10 horizontal-region on a daily closing basis, which in-turn highlights the importance of 50-day SMA level of 0.9920 and 0.9900, including 200-day SMA as immediate supports. However, pair’s declines past-0.9900 might not hesitate recalling the 0.9860 and the 0.9800 on chart. In case prices rally beyond 1.0010, the 1.0040 and the 1.0085 could quickly appear as quote. Additionally, pair’s successful rise above 1.0085 can flash 1.0130 on buyers’ radar.EUR/CHF
Today, we will show You three very promising setups with the CHF, which yesterday got super strong but finishes this week on the back foot. First setup is on the USDCHF. Next one is the EURCHF, where the price is creating a hammer on the weekly chart.
Multiple failures to rise past the 1.0000-1.0005 region highlights the importance of short-term ascending trend-line, at 0.9900, for USDCHF traders, which if broken can quickly drag the pair to 0.9880 and then to the 0.9860 supports. However, 61.8% FE level of 0.9825 and the 0.9800 round-figure may restrict the pair’s further declines. On the upside, the 0.9960 and the 0.9985 could serve as immediate resistances for the pair before diverting market attention to 1.0000-1.0005 area for one more time. Assuming the pair’s ability to cross 1.0005 mark, the 1.0050, the 1.0080 and the 1. ...
Today, in the EU markets’ focus is the ECB meeting, which often causes strong volatility. Mario Draghi is expected to confirm that the Central Bank will finally stop buying assets by the end of this year.