Overnight saw new lows in EUR/CHF, EUR/AUD and GBP/AUD as Euro remains generally offered, Sterling looks ordinary with Cable closing the US session below 1.5400 & EUR/GBP above 0.8500; and the AUD soldiers on….. However as we have only six sessions … Continue reading
Looks like we’re finally getting into the holiday spirit with markets settling into fairly tight ranges. Money continues to exit the euro zone through the door into Switzerland making EUR/CHF the subject of most of the market’s limited attention. So … Continue reading
And gave me some stop info on EUR/CHF. Apparently stops through 1.2520, 1.2500 and 1.2470. Barrier interest at 1.2500.
This pair has been on a straight line lower in recent weeks but further falls are likely to be stalled by some big barrier options at 1.2500. Some smaller ones were triggered last night but the next batch are worth … Continue reading
They will pay any price for Swiss francs, apparently. EUR/CHF is at a fresh all-time low of 1.2585. Sovereign debt jitters in Europe are clearly playing a part but no doubt holders of CHF-denominated mortgages are no doubt playing a … Continue reading
AUD/USD: Corporate interest to buy on dips towards .9880 EUR/GBP: Stops below .8440 EUR/CHF: Barriers at 1.2550 and 1.2500 USD/JPY: Corporate sell orders firm between 84.50/75
EUR/CHF is at all time lows this morning, reflecting the continued concerns over European sovereign debt. France is the latest European economy to be captured by the credit spotlight. Bloomberg warns of a possible multi-multi-grade cut to France’s sovereign debt … Continue reading
EUR/CHF, EUR/JPY and EUR/GBP are all trading at session lows and the single currency is not showing any sign of bounce against any of the majors. EUR/AUD has traded at fresh record lows this morning and trying to pick any sort … Continue reading
In recent trade. Will help explain the recent decline in cable, from session high 1.5603 to 1.5567 at wrting. At same time, being told major US bank sold EUR/CHF at the 09:00 fix.
As I mentioned yesterday, the interbank market is convinced that there are more gains in store for the CHF and it is the strongest factor of all which is leading the way; weight of money. CHF buyers have abounded over … Continue reading