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Trade Canadian dollar / Swiss Franc CFD

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  • Spread Type Floating
  • Long position overnight fee 0.0027%
  • Short position overnight fee -0.0110%
  • Overnight fee time 22:00 (UTC)
  • Min traded quantity 1000
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The base currency – CAD. The counter currency – CHF. The CAD/CHF rate is the Canadian Dollar/Swiss Franc currency pair. The CAD/CHF chart shows how much the CAD is worth when measured against the CHF. Due to the fact that Canada exports a huge amount of natural resources, mainly crude oil, the Canadian Dollar is often referred to as a ‘commodity currency’. This fact also makes the CAD sensitive to economic trends and investors’ outlook on global economic growth. Switzerland, in turn, has been always considered a safe haven for wealthy foreigners looking for a safe banking system to keep their capital. As a pair, they represent a growth-dependent currency with higher yield and a safety-powered currency with lower yield. Making the CAD/CHF a noteworthy trade vehicle.
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