The EUR/CHF pair maintains a major base after the recent breakout above 1.0916/15 and analysts at Credit Suisse look for a break above 1.1098/1111 to open up 1.1255/65 next.
“We see scope for further upside, with resistance seen initially at 1.1070, removal of which would expose the pivotal cluster at 1.1098/1.1111 – the recent high and 61.8% retracement of the 2019/2020 fall – where we would expect to see a first attempt to cap.”
“Above the 1.1098/1.1111 region, EUR/CHF could subsequently see an acceleration of upside momentum with resistance seen initially at the July 2019 high at 1.1172, with scope for 1.1255 over the longer-term.”
“Support moves initially to 1.1026, then 1.1004/00, beneath which would see a small intraday top completed to suggest a move back to 1.0963/56, where we would expect to see another attempt to hold.”
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