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New Zealand Dollar vs Swiss Franc •NZDCHF•



The NZDCHF is the currency pair for the New Zealand dollar(NZD) and Swiss franc(CHF). The New Zealand dollar also known as the "Kiwi" is much less stable than the Swiss franc due to its exposure to high-interest rates and global economic performance. The Swiss franc, on the other hand, is a safe haven currency with great stability and low-interest rates. Though the currency combination is not as widely traded, its unpredictability and high-risk factor can be engaging for those traders that want to take a gamble. The minor currency pair is heavily influenced by market interventions arising from their respective central banks or any adjustments in the Australian, American or Eurozone economies.

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