Post Mortem on the Swiss Franc Euro-Peg ShockGuest Post
Post Mortem on the Swiss Franc’s Euro-Peg by Frank Shostak, Mises
On January 15, 2015 the Swiss National Bank (SNB) announced an end to its three-year-old cap of 1.20 franc per euro. (The SNB introduced the cap in September 2011.) The SNB has also reduced its policy interest rate to minus 0.75 percent from minus 0.25 percent. The Swiss franc appreciated as much as 41 percent to 0.8517 per euro following the announcement . . .
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