The franc showed mixed trading versus other major currencies during early North American session on Monday. The franc rose to a multi-day high against the pound, eased from a 6-day high against the yen and a 10-day high against the dollar and recovered from near a 4-week low versus the euro.
Against the Japanese currency, the Swiss franc eased slightly from a 6-day high of 88.37 hit at 7:05 am ET. Currently, the franc-yen pair is worth 88.25, compared to 87.42 hit at last week's close.
The franc rose to a 5-day high of 1.6281 versus the pound at 8:45 am ET, compared to 1.6396 hit at last week's close. As of now, the franc is quoted at 1.6301 against the pound.
The franc that rose to a 10-day high of 1.0553 against the dollar around 1:00 am ET eased thereafter. The franc is now trading at 1.0590 against the dollar. This level may be compared last week's close of 1.0661.
The franc, which slipped to near a 4-week low of 1.4468 against the 16-nation currency at 2:25 am ET reversed its direction shortly thereafter. Currently, the franc is trading at 1.439 versus the euro, compared to previous week's close of 1.4388.
In the upcoming hours, the U.S. monthly budget statement for March has been slated for release.
News are provided by InstaForex.