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  • Squawk / 14 January 2015 at 10:19 GMT
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    Switzerland
    Since the weekend, there was much written about the SNB probably being better off changing the structure of the current EURCHF floor.

    Here are our thoughts on the topic (pdf): http://ow.ly/Hi8q4
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  • Squawk / 20 March 2014 at 8:43 GMT
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    Switzerland
    The SNB lowers their inflation forecast, not overly surprising but good to see it's acknowledged.

    (http://www.snb.ch/en/mmr/reference/pre_20140320/source/pre_20140320.en.pdf)

    This means the SNB is potentially comfortable with the 1.2000 floor for longer as fear of inflation has been the one thing economists pointed out as forcing an abandonment of the floor at some time in the future. That future has now been pushed back further.
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  • Squawk / 20 March 2014 at 8:21 GMT
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    Switzerland
    10mins until quarterly SNB announcement. While no changes are expected, still worth watching...given levels we see best risk/reward is to go long USDCHF into the event.
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  • Squawk / 28 February 2014 at 9:35 GMT
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    Switzerland
    Does history repeat itself?

    Interesting similarities in EURCHF price action between the periods from Jan-Feb 2013 and Jan-Feb 2014. Last year, the unexpected outcome of the elections in Italy triggered the move, this time the events in the Ukraine.

    In our view, the market will soon get used to the stream of bad news and reverse safe-haven flows. Of course, we haven't seen the lows from February last year yet, and they may still come (1.2130 and 1.2064 are good supports) but we feel it's prudent to add here to any existing EURCHF longs and/or establish new positions....just keep some powder dry in case we make new lows in the next few days.
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    TDemant TDemant
    It should be possible to compare your own (and others) return to a benchmark of your own choice. I would also be nice if you added the...
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    A "Request"-button: asking for a view on a chart, event, topic.
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    Simon Kjaer Simon Kjaer
    TDemant and Juhani! Thank you for your excellent feedback - You have both contributed with some great suggestions here!
    @TDemant - I am pleased to let you...
  • Squawk / 24 January 2014 at 10:25 GMT
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    Switzerland
    De-risking as evident in USDJPY is putting EURCHF under pressure with the 1.2254 just having been broken. Next support is 1.2220 though the picture remains bullish *if* we see tonight's close above 1.2254.
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  • Squawk / 23 January 2014 at 9:58 GMT
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    Switzerland
    We have seen a decent move lower in EURCHF, partially driven by exits from USDCHF longs and concerns that the SNB is struggling to keep the real estate market under control (as evident with this morning's announcement about the increase capital buffer requirements).

    We start long positions here (1.2310), adding gradually as we move lower. The faint of heart can use a stop/loss of 1.2278, the more prudent one 1.1995, first target 1.2375 followed by 1.2640.
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  • Squawk / 15 August 2013 at 10:37 GMT
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    Switzerland
    Real Money again buying EURCHF, next resistance of note is 1.2466 (July high)
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  • Squawk / 14 August 2013 at 7:53 GMT
    FX options trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    USDJPY Options: o/n 99.75 strike usd call getting paid at 2.5 jpy pips in the broker market. 775mio traded so far
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    FXDiversity FXDiversity
    apparently a strike clean-up
  • Squawk / 14 August 2013 at 6:06 GMT
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    Switzerland
    We got stopped out at 1.2405 of the recommended EURCHF for a loss of 15 pips.
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