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FX options wrap - Risk dilemma, March BoJ, EUR/USD put, CNH low

BUZZ-FX options wrap - Risk dilemma, March BoJ, EUR/USD put, CNH low FX option implied volatility continues to probe ever new 2-year lows amid a lack of actual and expected FX realised volatility. This low FX volatility environment looks set to persist until there are signs of potential policy divergence . While impending data like Friday's U.S. NFP may offer some clues, traders face a dilemma .
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SNB rate cut risk remains, weaker CHF likely to persist

BUZZ-COMMENT-SNB rate cut risk remains, weaker CHF likely to persist Mar 4 (Reuters) - While Swiss CPI surprised on the upside at 1.2% versus expectations for 1.1%, policy easing from the Swiss National Bank remains a risk as markets attach a 66% probability of a rate cut at the March meeting 0#SNBWATCH . Inflation continues to significantly undershoot the SNB’s projection, with the headline rate currently 0.6ppts below the bank’s 1.8% first-quarter forecast.
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SNB's Jordan defends Credit Suisse role as he announces exit

UPDATE 1-SNB's Jordan defends Credit Suisse role as he announces exit Recasts with details throughout By John Revill and Noele Illien ZURICH, March 1 (Reuters) - Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan on Friday defended the central bank's role in managing the demise of Credit Suisse in 2023, as he announced he was stepping down as SNB chief. Jordan said the collapse of the lender had no influence on his decision to leave his role as head of the central bank three years before his current man
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Credit Suisse crisis played no role in decision to step down -SNB's Jordan

Credit Suisse crisis played no role in decision to step down -SNB's Jordan ZURICH, March 1 (Reuters) - The fall of Credit Suisse and the current investigation into the role the authorities played in the crisis were not important factors in the decision of Swiss National Bank chairman Thomas Jordan to step down. Jordan said now the time was right to step aside with inflation and financial stability in Switzerland progressing well.
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Jordan exit news raises stakes for Swiss franc

BUZZ-COMMENT-Jordan exit news raises stakes for Swiss franc March 1 (Reuters) - The news that Thomas Jordan will step down as Swiss National Bank Chairman at the end of September has upped the ante for the franc before the SNB decides whether or not to cut interest rates this month. March 21 will be the first of three Swiss rate decisions ahead of the change at the top of the SNB , with the third of those decisions less than a week before the next chief takes charge.
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