Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc Attract Flight To Safety Bids on Virus Fears

The Japanese yen and the Swiss franc received safe haven bids on Friday as the global markets panicked on news of the Covid Omicron variant. In a thin market it also gave traders an opportunity to book profits after an extended rally in the US dollar. On the flip side commodity beneficiaries and the growth sensitive Australian dollar and Norwegian krone sold off. Moves weren’t just against the dollar. Whilst the euro rose 0.97 percent to a high of US$1.1312, … Continue reading “Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc Attract Flight To Safety Bids on Virus Fears”

Swiss National Bank One of The Largest & Most Influential Stock Market Investors With Over $162 Billion in U.S. Stocks

The global stock bull market has many success storys, one of the biggest is the Swiss National Bank (SNB) which has been stealthly investing internationally with it’s foreign currency holdings. A fifth of the foreign currencies are invested in equities throughout Europe, the US and emerging economies. .

Switzerland National Bank Sets No Upper Limit For New Covid-19 Fund

The Swiss National Bank in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic set up a refinancing facility and deactivated the counter-cyclical buffer for Swiss Banks Tuesday. The SNB announced new packages to attempt to protect the Swiss economy.

Switzerland SNB Foreign Exchange and Swiss Franc Investment Update

The Swiss National Bank Released it’s Foreign Exchange Reserves and Swiss Franc Bond Investments (end of Q3 2017) and filed its U.S. stock holdings with the SEC. 40% of it’s investments are in the euro with 35% in the U.S. Dollar. 68% in Bonds and 20% in stocks.

Swiss National Bank With $88 Billion in U.S. Stocks Now One of The Largest & Most Influential

The Swiss National Bank (SNB) has been stealthly investing internationally with it’s foreign currency holdings at the end of September worth SFr760bn. A fifth of the foreign currencies are invested in equities throughout Europe, the US and emerging economies. $88 billion in U.S. stocks alone.