CHFUSD=X : Summary for CHF/USD - Yahoo Finance

Canadian Markets closed

CHF/USD (CHFUSD=X)


CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
0.9988+0.0049 (+0.4944%)
At close: 12:01AM GMT
Interactive chart
  • 1d
  • 5d
  • 1m
  • 6m
  • YTD
  • 1y
  • 2y
  • 5y
  • 10y
  • Max
1d
Previous Close0.994
Open0.994
Bid0.999
Day's Range0.991 - 0.999
52 Week Range0.97 - 1.06
Ask0.998
  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    FOREX-Dollar falls against Swiss franc on U.S. election uncertainty

    The U.S. dollar hit a more than one-month low against the safe-haven Swiss franc on Friday on nervousness ahead of next week's U.S. presidential election, despite a solid U.S. jobs report that supported expectations for a Federal Reserve rate hike next month. The battle between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump has tightened significantly in the past week, as several swing states that were leaning toward Clinton are now considered toss-ups, according to the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project. Clinton has been viewed as the candidate of the status quo, while many fear that a Trump victory on Tuesday would carry global risks to trade and growth.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Swiss franc drops on concerns SNB may have intervened

    The safe-haven Swiss franc fell sharply on Friday, having earlier hit a two-month high on worries about the European banking sector, with some traders speculating that the Swiss central bank was intervening to cap the currency's strength. The Swiss National Bank which often intervenes by selling francs and buying the euro in order to cap the currency's strength, declined to comment on market talk of currency intervention. "The SNB has made it clear that it considers intervention as one of its policy tools and this is likely to limit upside potential for the Swiss franc," said Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Swiss franc drops sharply, chatter that SNB intervening

    The safe-haven Swiss franc fell sharply on Friday, having earlier hit a two-month high on worries about the European banking sector, with some traders speculating that the Swiss central bank was intervening to cap the currency's strength. The Swiss National Bank often intervenes by selling francs and buying the euro in order to cap the currency's strength, data shows. The Swiss franc was bolstered by expectations that Middle Eastern investment houses could pull out money of the United States and into alternative safe-haven liquid currencies like the franc.