Euro Swiss Franc Rate (EURCHF)

Here is the current Euro Swiss Franc rate. Foreign exchange rate for EURCHF including todays high,low and change.

Symbol Price High Low Change
EURCHF 1.1013 1.1082 1.1011 -0.0052
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Our Euro Swiss Franc Live exchange rates are updated once per minute from 00:00 GMT Monday until 21:00 GMT Friday. The EURCHF live rate is available 24 hours a day and can be viewed in our exchange rate tables, you can also use our live currency converter tool which allows you to convert currency at current live exchange rates. For forex trading we also provide a currency sentiment indicator on our rate pages, which gives the user a quick view of the general sentiment on popular currency rates.

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Euro Swiss Franc News

EUR/CHF to break lower as ECB QE expectations build - ING

Analysts at ING suggest that the EUR/CHF is likely to move to 1.05 this summer as expectations are building of ECB quantitative easing. “Effectively our call is that the Swiss National Bank will face ...

FxWirePro: EUR/CHF trades marginally higher, focus on EMU final June CPI data

EUR/CHF grinds lower for the second straight week, bias bearish. The pair is extending marginal gains ahead of EMU final June CPI data. We see little scope for upside. Technical bias is strongly ...

EURCHF Consolidating Within $1.116 and $1.110, Breakout Is Imminent

The bullish trend will continue only when the Bulls break up the confluence at $1.116 level. Should the Bears defend the $1.116 level consolidation may continue. EURCHF is on the sideways movement ...

EUR/CHF downside pressure to spark further chatter about potential SNB intervention

With the euro losing further ground today, it is putting EUR/CHF in a bit of a peculiar spot as price makes its approach towards the 1.1000 handle. For some context, that's roughly 1,000 pips from ...

"EUR/CHF is closing in on levels where SNB might step in"

EUR/CHF is closing in on levels where SNB might step in, which could limit USD/CHF downside Our medium-term bias remains for the cross to edge higher on fundamentals but risks remain skewed towards ...