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Swiss franc (CHF) to Japanese yen (JPY) exchange rate.

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CHF/JPY reflects the value of the Japanese yen (JPY) against the Swiss franc (CHF), i.e., the number of yens needed to buy one franc. The Swiss Franc (also called Swissie or Swissy) is the official currency of Switzerland, a small yet wealthy European country, considered one of the world’s most economically safe and stable countries. JPY – the official currency of Japan – is the 3rd most traded in the foreign exchange market (after the USD and the EUR). It is also one of the five most widely-held international reserve currencies.

Interesting Facts:

  • CHF and JPY are both among the most widely held currencies in the world. The CHF/JPY is relatively low in terms of trading volume and liquidity but offers an array of exciting investment opportunities that can generate stable, long-term returns.
  • Switzerland is a peaceful, prosperous and modern market economy which has an unusually low unemployment rate, a highly skilled labor force and one of the world’s top ten highest per capita gross domestic product (GDP).
  • Japan’s economy is the 3rd largest in the world by nominal gross domestic product (GDP) and the 4th largest by purchasing power parity (PPP).
  • The yen (colloquially known as the "Ninja") is the world's third most traded currency.