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Euro vs Swiss Franc •EURCHF•



EURCHF is the forex quote for the Euro vs. Swiss franc pair. Both economies are closely linked therefore if the Eurozone economy declines, Switzerland will feel the ripple effects. Although the currency pair is not as widely traded, it still plays a significant role in many Forex trading platforms. The Swiss franc has long been considered as a major world currency serving as a safe haven currency for many investors during unstable economic situations. The EUR/CHF has served as a portfolio hedging tool against fluctuations in other international currencies. Because of its lack of volatility, the EURCHF is not so popular with traders who cannot earn enough in such a market.

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