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USD/CHF - Improving

USD/CHF has bounced sharply near the key support area between 0.9491 and 0.9450 (see also the 38.2% retracement). Hourly resistances can now be found at 0.9712 (16/04/2015 high) and 0.9863. An hourly support lies at 0.9622 (intraday low).

In the longer-term, the bullish momentum in USD/CHF has resumed after the decline linked to the removal of the EUR/CHF floor. A test of the strong resistance at 1.0240 is likely. As a result, the current weakness is seen as a countertrend move. Key supports can be found at 0.9450 (26/02/2015 low, see also the 200-day moving average) and 0.9170 (30/01/2015 low).

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