USD/CHF holds near 0.8939, minimal losses despite weaker US producer inflation data.
Technical outlook: Pair remains neutral to upward biased, consolidating around the 200-DMA at 0.8896.
Key levels: Support at 0.8800 and 0.8729; resistance at June 11 high of 0.8993 and 50-DMA at 0.9069.

The USD/CHF was subdued on Thursday, yet minimal losses of 0.06% were printed following the release of the softer US producer inflation report. The Greenback’s losses were capped by the Federal Reserve’s decision to hold rates and project one rate cut, as the disinflation process had stalled. The pair trades at 0.8939 at the time of writing.

The daily chart portrays the pair as neutral to upward biased, yet it remains consolidated at around the 200-day moving average (DMA) at 0.8896.

Momentum favors sellers, but they take a respite as they push the USD/CHF below the 200-DMA. Once cleared, the next support would be the 0.8800 figure, followed by the March 8 cycle low of 0.8729.

Conversely. If USD/CHF pushes back above the June 11 high of 0.8993, that would exacerbate a rally past the 0.9000 figure. The next resistance level would be the 50-DMA at 0.9069.


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