The recent move on the Swiss franc caused by the Swiss National Bank's unexpected policy reversal of capping the Swiss franc against the euro has resulted in exceptional volatility and extreme lack of liquidity," said Alpari UK in a statement online.
What does SFR stand for?
SFR stands for Swiss Franc (national currency)
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We have 152 other meanings of SFR in our Acronym Attic
- State Forest Road (various locations)
- Statistical First Release (Department for Education; UK)
- Status of Forces Report
- Step Frequency Radar
- Strange Famous Records
- Strathclyde Fire & Rescue (UK)
- Structure Function Relationship (biology)
- Student to Faculty Ratio (educational statistic)
- Substitute For Return
- Swiss Federal Railway
- Synchronous Fixed Repetition
- System Functional Review
- System-Fault-Risk (computer systems)
- System Function Review and Task Analysis
- San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
- Science Fiction Research Association
- Shift Finger Rail Actuator
- Special Flight Rules Area
- Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (UK)
- Streamflow Reduction Activity
Samples in periodicals archive:
Aellen is to join in January and will report to Andre Schmid, head of Swiss franc syndicate.
oe=UTF-8&cx=009600113782670949425%3Ahccycyvwf4i&cof=FORID%3A9&ie=UTF-8&q=Credit+Suisse) Credit Suisse made a costly blunder when it paid chief executive Brady Dougan almost 90m Swiss francs ([pounds sterling]62m, $100m, E73m) in 2010.
Assuming Qatar sold its shares at the average price during that period of 45 Swiss francs, and accounting for interest earned, and factoring the appreciation of the Swiss franc versus the Qatari Riyal, Qatar's 6.
In the boldest of moves, the Swiss National Bank (SNB) this month established a ceiling on its ever appreciating Swiss franc by setting a minimum exchange rate of 1.
The euro and the dollar gained ground against the Swiss franc after the Swiss central bank set a minimum exchange rate target at 1.
Other currencies, most notably the British pound, Japanese yen, Deutsch (German) mark, and Swiss franc have also played significant roles in the global economy.
This saw the euro surge by over 9% against the Swiss franc and sterling jump by over 8% in around 10 minutes.