Swiss Franc Futures Contract
The Swiss franc futures is the sixth most-traded currency in the world. It is well known for its low volatility — one of the reasons it is typically considered a safe-haven currency. The Swiss franc became the official currency of Switzerland and Lichtenstein in 1859 after the issue of the currency was restricted to the federal government. The currency is issued and maintained by the Swiss National Bank.
125,000 Swiss francs
CME Globex: 6S
CME Globex: Sunday – Friday 5:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Chicago/Central Time (CT).
$.0001 per Swiss Franc tick = $12.50
Quarterly: March, June, September & December
Price Limit / Circuit
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