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 1.1224 1.1297 1.1211 -0.0057
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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

FxWirePro: Factors that drive SNB’s relaxation and EUR/CHF shorts

FX Sentiment remains buoyed, as markets eye further support from patient central banks (Fed, BoE, SNB) this week. The victory of moderate candidate Emmanuel Macron in the French presidential election ...


EURCHF Finds Support Near 23.6% Fibonacci Again; Consolidates in Short and Medium Term

EURCHF has been trading in a relatively narrow range between 1.1385 and 1.1305 from late January onwards, while the past few days the market action has stretched further below the 20- and 40-day ...


EUR/CHF Looking to Bounce Off New Week Low of 1.1320

The EUR/CHF currency pair declined on Tuesday and Wednesday to hit a new weekly low at around 1.1320. The currency pair has been on a sideways movement over the last few days trading within the 1 ...


EUR/CHF Weekly Outlook

EUR/CHF dropped sharply to as low as 1.1212 last week. The strong break of 1.1310 support confirmed that rebound from 1.1181 has completed at 1.1444. Initial bias remains on the downside this week for ...


FxWirePro: EUR/CHF slumps on dismal German/Euro-zone manufacturing PMIs, bias lower

EUR/CHF dives as the single currency dented across the borad on dismal German/Euro-zone manufacturing PMIs. German manufacturing PMI showed that factory activity slipped deeper into contraction ...