NZD/CHF: reflects the price of the Swiss franc in terms of the New Zealand dollars. This currency pair is influenced the most by the following factors:
—prices of natural resources (especially oil);
—price of gold, since the CHF rate still correlates with it;
—balances of trade of both countries, especially of New Zealand;
—important economic indicators of the two countries, as well as their close neighbors and alliances (EU, Australia, US);
—interest rates set by the central banks of both countries;
—prices of agricultural goods (New Zealand is a major exporter).
There’s a correlation of the pair with NZD/USD, AUD/USD and others.
NZD/CHF may be used for carry trade due to the difference between the interest rates of the countries.
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