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Swiss Franc vs Japanese Yen •CHFJPY•



CHFJPY is the abbreviation for the Swiss franc vs. the Japanese Yen. During the 2008 financial crisis, the currency pair reached its lowest trade rate ever. However, it has traded higher over the years due to the Japanese monetary easing. Both currencies are considered as safe haven currencies due to the low inflation and high stability of the two nation's economy. The currency pair also reflects the interrelation of the leading European and Asian financial centers. The CHFJPY is viewed as a low liquidity pair and ranks 6th in the forex markets. It is influenced by currency interventions of Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc, various economic indicators like (discount rate, GDP, inflation, unemployment level, CPI, PMI, etc.) as well as Asian and European stock market indexes.

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