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    Swiss Franc CHF Forecasts

    The Swiss franc is the traditional safe-haven currency. If there are every any doubts about the cohesion or economic prospects of the Eurozone, then the franc tends to strengthen.

    Updated: Oct 05, 2022  


    1 CHF = 1.0131 EUR
    Sell CHF  →  Buy EUR
    CHF to EUR at 1.0140 is 1.0% below its 90-day average 1.0242 with range 1.0035-1.0526.
      1 EUR = 0.9871 CHF
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    Swiss Franc Outlook

    Forecasters correctly predicted the CHF/EUR rate would rise above 1.00 at some point this year and it crossed the parity mark in early July.

    As the CHF gets stronger, food and energy prices in Switzerland should go down compared to other countries.

    18 Nov 2022
    0.1% 2 Week
    03 Sep 2022
    1% 3 Month
    02 Dec 2021
    5.4% 1 Year
    03 Dec 2017
    18.1% 5 Year
    04 Dec 2012
    23% 10 Year
    07 Dec 2002
    48.6% 20 Year
    CHF/EUR historic rates & change to 02-Dec-2022

    Factor that influence the Swiss Franc exchange rate

    The Swiss National Bank surprised markets with a 50 basis point rate hike in June pushing up CHF/USD.

    A stronger CHF would help with fighting imported inflation which is a major global concern given surging commodity prices.

    Credit Suisse analysts are sure that the National Bank will remain committed to price stability and will protect their currency to fight imported inflation.

    Switzerland has the lowest official cash rate in the world and the lowest bond yields, which makes the Franc sensitive to increases in interest rates in other countries.

    You can also read our full Foreign Exchange Guide to Switzerland.


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