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Bhakta to Head Congestive Heart Failure Clinic at TRMC

WARREN, Ohio — Trumbull Regional Medical Center this week announced the launch of its Congestive Heart Failure Clinic on the first floor of the hospital. Shyan Bharkta, MD, was named the medical director. The clinic will provide patient and family-centered care to improve the quality of life of patients through...
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USD/CHF Poised To End Its Correction!

USD/CHF was into a corrective phase but the pair has found strong support and now is fighting hard trying to rebound. Stil, we need confirmation before taking action, before jumping into a long position. The USD received a helping hand from the New Home Sales indicator which was reported at...
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Trumbull Regional Medical Center launches congestive heart failure clinic

Trumbull Regional Medical Center has announced Thursday that it will be launching a congestive heart failure (CHF) clinic. The clinic is located on the first floor of the hospital. The mission is to provide patient and family-centered care to improve the quality of life of patients living with heart failure through education and guideline-directed medical therapy.
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German election & European inflation | THE WEEK AHEAD

A preview of the news, earnings, and economic data to expect in the week ahead. This week includes the first German election in 16 years without Angela Merkel and CPI data from Germany and the Eurozone. What happened this week. 5-day performance as of Friday September 24, 9am CET. Source:...
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USD/CHF Tests Fibonacci Level

The Swiss franc softened after the Swiss National Bank pledged to keep its policy loose. The US dollar saw an acceleration in its momentum after it cleared the daily resistance at 0.9260. The RSI’s double top has triggered a pullback to let the bulls catch their breath. The pair has...
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EUR/CHF Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.0830; (P) 1.0846; (R1) 1.0868;. Intraday bias in EUR/CHF is turned neutral with current recovery. But further fall is in favor with 1.0884 minor resistance intact. On the downside, below 1.0811 will resume the fall from 1.0936 to retest 1.0694 low. On the upside, break of 1.0884 minor resistance will turn bias back to the upside for 1.0936 again.
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CAD/CHF Bulls Could Prevail

The Canadian Dollar has surged by 115 pips or 1.60% against the Swiss Franc since this week’s trading sessions. The currency pair breached the 50– and 200– period SMAs on September 23. Technical indicators suggest selling signals on the 4H and daily time-frame charts. The exchange rate could continue to...
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USD/CHF Mid-Day Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 0.9229; (P) 0.9251; (R1) 0.9286;. Consolidations continues in USD/CHF below 0.9331 and intraday bias remains neutral first. Rises from 0.9017 and 0.8925 are in favor to continue as long as 0.9162 support holds. On the upside, break of 0.9331 resistance will target 0.9471 key resistance. Sustained break there will carry larger bullish implications. However, break of 0.9162 will turn bias back to the downside for 0.9017 support instead.
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BUZZ-COMMENT-Frankly speaking, the CHF has much in its favour

The C/A data came days after CFTC data showed IMM speculators cut gross CHF long positions by 5,501 contracts to 6,170 in the week ended Sept. 14. This flipped the net position to the first CHF short …. Read Full Story at source (may require registration)
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Pound-Dollar Rate Vulnerable after Fed's Hawkish Turn on Tapering and Rate Hikes

Money transfer specialist rates (indicative): 1.3515-1.3570. More information on securing specialist rates, here. The Pound-to-Dollar exchange rate was close to 2021 lows and vulnerable to further losses after the Federal Reserve turned ‘hawkish’ in its guidance on quantitative easing and interest rates for the coming year. Dollar exchange rates were...
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Central Banks Recap: BoE, CBRT and Norges

Today’s central bank meetings provided a few surprises. Let’s recap those and consider what the impact on the currency markets might be going forward. There were no surprises in as far as the actual policy inaction was concerned from the Bank of England. But the pound rallied as the devil was in the detail of the policy statement. What seemed to cause a bit of a surprise was the BoE’s assessment that the case for modest tightening of monetary policy appears to have strengthened. Additionally, the BoE’s acknowledgment of surging inflation, which it thinks will top 4% in Q4, and the fact that 2 instead of 1 policy makers voting to cut QE were further hawkish signals. Dave Ramsden joined Michael Saunders in calling for stock of bond purchases to be reduced from £875 billion to £840 billion. The BoE added that all members “agreed that any future initial tightening of monetary policy should be implemented by an increase in Bank Rate, even if that tightening became appropriate before the end of the existing UK government bond asset purchase programme.”
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USD/CHF stays firmer above 0.9250 on steady USD, SNB eyed

USD/CHF trades modestly higher on Thursday in the early Asian trading hours. US Dollar Index touches a four-week high above 93.40. The Swiss franc remains on backfoot on improved risk-sentiment, SNB interest rate decision due later in the day. The USD/CHF pair treads water on Thursday in the Asian session....
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Sunset Market Commentary

With the eco calendar almost empty markets only had to cope with two topics: the potential consequences of the Evergrande credit debacle and the Fed policy decision. Regarding the first one, investors for now conclude that the impact for markets outside China, directly via credit exposure and indirectly via the broader impact on Chinese growth/Chinese demand for foreign goods, should be manageable. For a second consecutive day European equities, which are more sensitive to developments in China, outperform their US counterparts. European indices again recoup about 1%. Monday’s loss hasn’t been reversed yet, but a close of the EuroStoxx 50 north of the 4082 neckline would give some comfort. US indices gain about 0.5% shortly after the open. For now, this risk-rebound mainly occurred on equity markets. Some hard-hit commodities (Iron ore, copper, oil…) also entered calmer waters. The impact on bonds and FX is much more modest. These markets keep a wait-and-see bias ahead of this evening’s Fed decision. Both US and German yields are hovering around the flatline. Intra-EMU spreads narrow up to 2 bp (Spain/Italy). The US dollar mostly trades little changed (DXY 93.25, EUR/USD 1.1730). Remarkably, the usual FX safe havens, the Swiss franc and the yen, are parting ways. The CHF extends its comeback (EUR/CHF 1.0820). The yen eases with USD/JPY returning to the mid 109.50 area. Sterling remains in the defensive ahead of tomorrow’s BoE meeting. EUR/GBP is nearing the 0.8614 short-term top/resistance.
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USD/CHF Mid-Day Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 0.9213; (P) 0.9248; (R1) 0.9272;. Outlook in USD/CHF is unchanged and intraday bias stays neutral for consolidation form 0.9331. Further rise will remain in favor as long as 0.9162 support holds. On the upside, break of 0.9331 resistance will resume the rise from 0.8925 to 0.9471 key resistance. Sustained break there will carry larger bullish implications. However, break of 0.9162 will turn bias back to the downside for 0.9017 support instead.
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