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Weekly Top Gainers/Losers: New Zealand dollar and Swiss franc

25/2/2021

Top Gainers – The World Market

Prices for various goods and raw materials continued to climb over the past 7 days. This led to the strengthening of the commodity currencies: Australia and New Zealand. The yield on US 10-year bonds has been actively growing since early 2021. Within this period it increased from 0.9% to 1.49% per annum, and over the week - from 1.34% to 1.45%. This could have contributed to the weakening of the Swiss franc. The yield on 10-year Swiss government bonds is negative and one of the lowest in the world, at -0.23% currently.

1.American Airlines Group Inc., 22,6% – American airline

2. Alcoa Corp., 21,3% – American aluminum producer

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Top Losers – The World Market

1. PetróleoBrasileiro S.A. - Petrobras – Brazilian oil company

2. Sharp Corporation – Japanese electronics manufacturer

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Top Gainers – Foreign Exchange Market (Forex)

1. NZDCHF, NZDUSD - the growth of these charts means the strengthening of the New Zealand dollar against the Swiss franc and the US dollar.

2. AUDCHF, GBPCHF - the growth of these charts means the weakening of the Swiss franc against the Australian dollar and the British pound.

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Top Losers – Foreign Exchange Market (Forex)

1. EURNZD, EURAUD - the drop in these charts means the weakening of the euro against the New Zealand and Australian dollars.

2. CHFJPY, GBPNZD - the drop in these charts means the weakening of the Swiss franc against the Japanese yen and the British pound against the New Zealand dollar.

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