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0.5936 CHF -0.02% Intraday chart for Australian Dollar / Swiss Franc (AUD/CHF) +0.94% +3.72%
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Dollar struggles for direction, sterling rises after data RE
Australia dollar carried away by rate view, scales 11-year top on yen RE
DIARY-Top Economic Events to August 26 RE
Australian Dollar Shines After Hawkish RBA Statement MT
German Shares Flash Green to Start Major Week for Monetary Policy Decisions MT
Swiss Equities Kick Off Rate Decision Week in the Red MT
Swiss Franc to Underperform US Dollar, British Pound Says BofA Global Research MT
Australian Dollar Seen Unscathed by RBA Rate Decision on Tuesday MT
SNB to cut rates 25 bps to 1.25% on June 20, possibly again in Sept RE
ING Comments on Euro, Swiss Franc MT
Take Five: Kick off RE
Australia, NZ dollars hit multi-month highs on euro, bonds bounce RE
Brazilian Real Climbs Broadly as Retail Sales Miss Overlooked MT
Mitsubishi UFG Comments on Australia's "Strong" Labor Market, China Trade Risks MT
Australian Dollar Struggles as Strong Employment Report Overlooked MT
Australia, NZ dlrs brace for US rate outlook to make waves RE
EU Elections, EUR/CHF Loss, Make Swiss Rate Cut More Likely Says Rabobank MT
US Dollar's Share in Global FX Reserves Gives Way to Attractive 'Nontraditional' Reserve Currencies: IMF MT
US Dollar Rises in Europe as Risk Assets Soften into Wednesday's US CPI, Fed Decision MT
UBS Now Sees The Swiss Central Bank Keeping The Policy Rate Unchanged in June MT
Race to appoint new Swiss central bank chief nears completion RE
Buy EUR/CHF Ahead of Thursday's SNB Rate Decision Says Barclays MT
Stocks peak, Treasuries flail as US rate cut hopes wither RE
Swiss National Bank's FX Reserves Suggest More Neutral FX Bias, Says HSBC MT
Swiss Foreign Currency Reserves Decline in May MT
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