Swiss Franc / Euro: currency exchange rate and news
Today's CHF/EUR exchange rate in real time
CHF/EUR = 0.9699
0.0000 ( 0 % )
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Previous close (27/05/2022 time 23:55): 0.9699
Trend Chart Swiss Franc / Euro
Historical exchange rate data Swiss Franc / Euro
|Today's maximum: 0.9699||Monthly Maximum: 0.9709||Yearly Maximum: 0.9943|
|Today's minimum: 0.9699||Monthly Minimum: 0.9505||Annual Minimum: 0.9414|
|Today's average rate: 0.9699||Average rate this month: 0.9633||Average annual rate: 0.9643|
Master data of Swiss Franc
Conversion Swiss Franc / Euro
Today 1 Swiss Franc is worth 0.9699 Euro. In the table below you will find the conversions of some sums of money, updated in real time, to give you a better idea of the value of the Swiss Franc and its relationship to Euro. If you are interested in knowing the equivalent value in Euro of a more specific amount, you can use our currency converter CHF/EUR. You can also use the form to change your Swiss Franc to Euro immediately with our currency exchange service: just click 'Change now' and register with WireTransferExchange.ch on the next screen. This is how our service works.
Conversion table Swiss Franc / Euro
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The Swiss Franc and how it works
The Swiss Franc (CHF) has been a currency in circulation since 7 May 1850. In addition to being the official currency of the Swiss Confederation, it is also used in the Italian enclave of Campione d'Italia, in the German municipality of Büsingen am Hochrhein and in the Principality of Liechtenstein.
A franc consists of 100 centimes. Coins have values of 5, 10, 20, 50 centimes and 1, 2 and 5 francs. The 1-cent franc coins have been out of circulation since 2007, while the 2-cent coins have not been used since 1978. Centimes are also referred to in the four national languages of the Swiss Confederation as Rappen (or Rp., in German), centime (French), centesimo (Italian) and rap (Romansh).
As of 2017, the Swiss National Bank has issued its ninth series of banknotes, each associated with a specific theme. The denominations are 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 1000 francs.
The CHF symbol for the Swiss franc was determined by the international standard ISO 4217, which associates three-letter codes with the names of currencies (the national code followed by the initial of the currency name). These rules were established by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). However, the franc is still sometimes referred to by the abbreviations Fr., SFr., S₣, and Fr.sv., especially outside the banking sector. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
The Swiss Franc has an excellent reputation in the market. Due to its general stability, it is considered a safe haven asset and is often purchased during periods of financial uncertainty.