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Swiss Franc Likely to Strengthen Further

Swiss Franc Likely to Strengthen Further

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USDCHF – Forex trading crowds remain net-long the US Dollar against the Swiss Franc, giving steady contrarian signal that the pair may continue recent declines.

Our Speculative Sentiment Index ratio stands at 2.54 as 72% of traders in our sample are currently long. This is a noteworthy shift from last week as long positions jumped 33%. It’s interesting that short positions are likewise 28% higher through the same stretch, but overall momentum points to further USD losses and we remain bearish.

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--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for

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