USD/CHF - Analysis, Outlook and Forecasts

USD/CHF (US Dollar - Swiss Franc) outlook and forecast is presented by the team of ForexAbode's analysts and is followed by the traders around the world. The outlook takes into account the various factors which can affect the future price action of USD/CHF. The factors to analyze the outlook are geo-political news, fundamentals including major economic releases and technical factors but most importantly we focus on the price-action analysis.
 
 
The outlook reflects our views for short-term to mid-term movement. However, sometimes the analysis takes into account the price-data which may span many years and have a longer-term view. This is also supported by our very popular chart alerts.
 
 
The weekly analysis includes the predictions for the next week's expected moves for the US dollar and the Swiss franc. However, the forecast is not only limited to the coming week but is applicable for the overall expectations for the near-term. Apart from the weekly forecasts we also update USD/CHF daily technical analysis which presents our views about the price action from short-term perspective.
 
 
You may also like to check the daily resistance and support levels at USD/CHF pivot points and the overall trend of the currency pair.
 

USD/CHF Weekly Outlook - Apr 25, 2010

Written By : ForexAbode.com || 2010-04-25 00:00:00 GMT

Current 1.0724 Trend: Short-term bullish. Please refer daily charts and not short-term charts e.g. hourly charts. 1)US: Housing market: New Home sales rose by 27% in March which is most in 5 decades.

Interest Rate difference of USD and CHF

USD to CHF Interest Rates Comparison
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USD/CHF interest rate comparison
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Overall Price-Action Trend of USD/CHF 

Monthly chart of USD/CHF, indicating the overall trend.

The above chart shows that USD/CHF is once again testing the long-term price-action channel resistance. However considering the loss of downward momentum since the pair had gone for some correction during September 2011 and then has been staying well over 0.8500, the possibilities of an upward break are good. A break above November 2013's 0.9249 would represent that break. Such a move may take USD/CHF for some significant upward consolidation.

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