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    Swiss Franc CHF Forecasts 2021

    Forecasts for the Swiss franc change all the time, affected by relative sentiment towards the Swiss economy and the traditional Risk-off flight to safety effect towards the Swiss Franc.

    Updated: Oct 10, 2021  
     

    1 CHF = 1.0818 USD
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    CHF to USD at 1.0823 is just below average of its 90-day range 1.0685-1.0996.
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      1 USD = 0.9244 CHF
     
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    Swiss Franc Outlook

    In October the CHF/USD pair remains well below 1.09 (it’s 90-Day average) but bounced back from a low of 1.07.

    There was then some reprieve in the risk-off market sentiment helping the Swissie back to the 1.08 level vs the greenback.

    CHF/USD wasChangePeriod
    1.0939
    12 Jan 2022
    1% 2 Weeks
    1.0968
    28 Oct 2021
    1.3% 90 Days
    1.1277
    26 Jan 2021
    4% 1 Year
    1.0008
    27 Jan 2017
    8.2% 5 Years
    1.0921
    29 Jan 2012
    0.9% 10 Years
    0.5830
    31 Jan 2002
    85.7% 20 Years
    CHF/USD change over periods to 26-Jan-2022

    Swiss Franc – Forecasts

    The recent weakness in the Swiss franc is due to rumbles of interest rate rises in the US.

    Analysts predict a EUR/CHF recovery toward 1.10 with expectations of greater declines relative to New Zealand, Australian and Canadian Dollars and to a lesser extent Pound Sterling.

    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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