March 23rd, 2010 17:57:01 GMT

SNB nowhere to be found

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EUR/CHF continues its slide. The SNB has apparently decided that until the Greek situation is sorted out, it makes very little sense to try and hold back the tide. Once the Greek risk has died down and and the safe-haven … Continue reading

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March 23rd, 2010 09:20:48 GMT

More Hildebrand comments

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Our cup runneth over. SNB has means to fight excessive franc rise Can buy very large quantities of foreign currency Franc rise excessive if it leads to materialisation of deflation risks. SNB position clear; it will not allow materialisation of … Continue reading

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March 23rd, 2010 07:15:11 GMT

EUR/CHF steady, Hildebrand awaited

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EUR/CHF siits at 1.4355, little changed from a North American close Monday around 1.4345.  Yesterday we saw decent bounce from 1.4310 low, amid talk of 1.4300 barrier option interest. Swiss National Bank Chairman Hildebrand is up in 15 minutes or … Continue reading

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March 18th, 2010 18:21:16 GMT

Danthine does not back off FX comments

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SNB’s Danthine says he has nothing further to say on the policy effects on exchange rates, apparently sticking with his earlier warning to prepare for market rates, implying the end for SNB intervention. EUR/CHF slipped as low as 1.4355 and … Continue reading

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