EUR CHF Forex Chart

This real time EUR CHF forex chart will let you study the rate of Euro and Swiss Franc each day. You can use it to view historical trends in daily, weekly and monthly time frames. It also comes with a whole host of technical studies, with indicators to suit most analysis purposes.

The Euro and Swiss Franc are two closely linked currencies. Switzerland sits right in the middle of the Europen Union, and is a huge financial based economy. As such billions are made in transactions between the two currencies. This EUR CHF chart will allow you to watch the rate in real time, and use technical analysis to help decision making.


Latest EURCHF News

Lloyds 2017-2018 IFO Forecasts EUR/CHF Exchange Rate Rising To 1.20 By The End Of Next Year

After a huge spike from 1.10 to 1.15 the Euro has been grinding upwards against the Swiss Franc but now looks largely range bound with little direction. CHF exchange rates often trade in close affinity with their Euro counterparts due to the close trading ...


FxWirePro: EUR/CHF shorts to fund gamma ownership in GBP bloc amid Brexit deadlock, abrupt shift in BoE

Sterling’s intraday drop, falling downbeat comments from lead EU negotiator Michel Barnier – who stated, “we are in deadlock” – highlights the sensitivity that the currency market displays to Brexit-related developments. The potential for a ...


EUR/CHF: Sharp spike but resistance holds

EUR/GBP continues to bounce higher yet not important resistances have been broken. The pair is back below former resistance at 0.8899 (19/09/2017 low). Hourly support is given at a distance at 0.8746 (27/09/2017 low). In the long-term, the pair has largely ...


EUR/CHF: Clear bullish impulse in the making

The euro/Swiss franc (EUR/CHF) currency pair is trading bullishly since February of 2017. We see a clear bullish impulse in the making, with four of its primary legs fully unfolded. The final wave that showed up, after that Wave 3) high was corrective Wave ...


EUR/CHF eyes 1.1800 in 6-month – Danske Bank

Christin Tuxen, Chief Analyst at Danske Bank, sees the cross edging higher towards the 1.18 area in the medium term. “While the ECB has entered ‘normalisation’ mode, the SNB has been keen to stay out of ‘exit’ discussions and used every ...