Forex Seasonality Forecasts USDCHF Declines

Forex trading market seasonality is an effect widely studied as a primary mover of major currency pairs, as long-term studies suggest that certain seasonal patterns may be able to predict forex price moves. The month of September has not historically produced any especially clear price trends in major currency pairs, but we do notice a noteworthy trend in the Swiss Franc. Namely, the USDCHF has fallen in 7 of the past 9 months of September. Read below for further information on the Swiss Franc and forex seasonality studies in other major currency pairs.

Forex Seasonality for Major Currency Pairs

[B]Swiss Franc Likely to See Seasonal Advance[/B]

[B]Canadian Dollar Forecasts Signal Rallies[/B]

[B]Forex Futures and Seasonality Suggest British Pound will Recover[/B]

[B]Euro Seasonality and Technical Forecasts Predict EURUSD Rally[/B]

[B]Forex Seasonality has little effect on Australian Dollar, Forecasts Uncertain[/B]

[B]New Zealand Dollar Outlook Shows Clear Risks to Both Sides[/B]

[B]Highly Seasonal Japanese Yen Shows Little Near-Term Bias[/B]

Written by David Rodríguez, Quantitative Analyst for
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