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UBS AG and Schweizerische Nationalbank Reach Agreement to Transfer USD 60 Billion of Illiquid Securities from UBS’s to Separate Fund Entity
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Schweizerische Nationalbank Issues 2.156% Bond and 2.365% Bond
Schweizerische Nationalbank is the central bank of Switzerland. The Bank conducts Switzerland's monetary policy as an independent central bank and is responsible for price stability. Through the intermediary of the commercial banks and Swiss Post, it supplies the economy with bank notes and coins. In the field of cashless payment transactions, the Bank provides services for payments between banks through Swiss Interbank Clearing (SIC). In addition, Schweizerische Nationalbank manages international reserves, such as gold, foreign exchange and international payment instruments; compiles various statistical information, including banking statistics, as well as balance of payments; and advises federal authorities on the issues of monetary policy. Furthermore, it is divided into three departments: Department I and Department III in Zuerich, and Department II in Berne.
Barbara Janom Steiner
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Thomas J. Jordan
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Vice Chairman of the Governing Board
Andrea M. Maechler
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The listed shares of the Japanese and Swiss central banks rose sharply this week, without any apparent reason, possibly reflecting high levels of investor exuberance in markets awash with cash.
The Swiss National Bank has agreed a new deal with the Swiss government which could see the central bank increase its annual payments to Bern and the country's local governments to 6 billion Swiss francs ($6.7 billion).
The Swiss National Bank expects an annual profit of 21 billion Swiss francs ($23.72 billion) for 2020, the central bank said on Friday, as rising stock prices boost the value of its huge foreign currency investments to tame the Swiss franc.
The Swiss National Bank (SNB) said on Thursday it had deployed nearly 11 billion Swiss francs ($12.49 billion) for foreign exchange interventions in the third quarter, a fifth of the value of second-quarter interventions that came at the peak of the COVID-19 first wave.
The Swiss National Bank on Thursday said it deployed nearly 11 billion Swiss francs ($12.49 billion) for foreign exchange interventions in the third quarter, a fifth of the value of second-quarter interventions that came at the peak of the COVID-19 first wave. ($1 = 0.8809...
The Swiss National Bank will exclude Libor-based floating-rate notes from the list of collateral eligible for SNB repos from end-2021, the central bank said on Thursday, as the interest rate benchmark is phased out.
The Swiss government will issue bonds with a face value of 6.5 billion Swiss francs ($7.17 billion) next year, the Swiss National Bank said on Tuesday, increasing the total amount of outstanding bonds by 2.4 billion francs.
The Swiss National Bank <SNBN.S> reported on Friday a third-quarter profit of 14.3 billion Swiss francs ($15.77 billion) on gains the central bank made from its massive holdings of foreign currency investments.
The Swiss National Bank reported on Friday a profit of 14.3 billion Swiss francs ($15.77 billion) during its third quarter on gains the central bank made from its massive holdings of foreign currency investments.
The Swiss National Bank said on Thursday it would, from Sept. 30, provide additional data on money market operations and would also publish the volume of foreign exchange market interventions more often.
* Volatile financial markets affect bottom line (Adds analyst comment, background)
The Swiss National Bank posted a profit of 39 billion Swiss francs during its second quarter, it said on Friday, as the recent stock market rally boosted the value of its foreign currency investments.
* Changes designed to align rates with SNB policy rate (Adds details)
The Swiss National Bank will adjust the special rate on its liquidity-shortage financing facility and conduct additional open market repo operations as needed to provide money market liquidity, it said.
The Swiss National Bank has joined other major central banks in reducing the frequency of its dollar swap operations from July 1, pointing to falling demand and better dollar funding conditions in its statement on Friday.
The Swiss National Bank's policy of negative interest rates and currency interventions has nothing to do with currency manipulation to benefit Switzerland, Chairman Thomas Jordan said on Thursday.
The Swiss National Bank needs to keep its expansive monetary policy in place, Chairman Thomas Jordan said on Thursday, pointing to the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic and lowered inflation forecasts.
The Swiss National Bank is expanding its COVID-19 refinancing facility (CRF) to cover loan guarantees given by Switzerland's regional governments, the central bank said on Monday.
The Swiss blue-chip SMI was seen opening 1.0% lower at 9,534 points on Friday, according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer
The Swiss National Bank <SNBN.S> reported a record quarterly loss of 38.2 billion Swiss francs ($39.34 billion) on Thursday as the coronavirus crisis pummelled the value of its foreign currency holdings and shares.
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