EUR/CHF: Banks forecast a slightly weaker Swiss franc

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In recent months, the Swiss franc has strengthened significantly against the Euro. Therefore, we have summarised the latest exchange rate forecasts of various banks: On average, a slight weakening of the Swiss franc is expected again in the coming quarters.

Only EUR/CHF forecasts that were updated in the last 3 months and published in the Bloomberg information system were taken into account in the analysis. In total, we have analyzed the forecasts of 44 financial institutions.

 

For about a month, EUR/CHF has been trading between 1.0850 and 1.0930. Thus, it is all the more surprising that no bank predicts a decline below EUR/CHF 1.0500 in the coming quarters. Based on the averages, a slightly weaker Swiss franc is expected overall.

The data show how difficult it is to predict exchange rates. That is why it is worthwhile to develop a hedging strategy tailored to individual needs.

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Michael Wüst
Michael Wüst is the CEO and Co-Founder of amnis. He regurarly writes news articles and publishs best pratices guides about Foreign Exchange, Hedging, International Payments, Treasury Management and more. Follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to keep up with the latest industry news and insights.

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