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Central bank posts record first half loss

Switzerland’s central bank announced a first half loss of 95.2 billion Swiss Francs on Friday

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Govt. prepares for winter gas shortages

The Swiss government has detailed plans to deal with a potential shortage of natural gas supplies in winter, with rationing measures a possibility if other steps were insufficient.

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Swiss central bank hikes rates, first time since 2007

Switzerland’s central bank hiked its policy interest rate on Thursday for the first time in 15 years.

Markets

Central bank posts record first half loss

Switzerland’s central bank announced a first half loss of 95.2 billion Swiss Francs on Friday

Markets

Govt. prepares for winter gas shortages

The Swiss government has detailed plans to deal with a potential shortage of natural gas supplies in winter, with rationing measures a possibility if other steps were insufficient.

Markets

Swiss central bank hikes rates, first time since 2007

Switzerland’s central bank hiked its policy interest rate on Thursday for the first time in 15 years.

Markets

Unions should negotiate pay hikes as inflation bites

As Switzerland’s cost of living increases, the economics and education minister, Guy Parmelin has stated it is the unions’ responsibility to negotiate pay increases.

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Swiss Council requests Parliament amends ETIAS

The Swiss Federal Council is preparing to launch the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), to be fully in effect by the middle of next year.

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CHF3bn in frozen Russian assets released

Switzerland’s government has reported 6.3 billion Swiss francs ($6.33 billion) in Russian assets frozen within sanctions over the war in Ukraine.

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Drop in tax rates for top earners in 18 Swiss cantons

The corporate tax rate and the rate for high income earners has fallen in Switzerland over the last year, according to findings by KPMG.

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Swiss gold exports to U.S. soared in March

Shipments of gold from Switzerland to the United States soared last month to their highest seen since May 2020, according to Swiss customs data.

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Switzerland vows to keep harsh sanctions on Russia

President of Switzerland Ignazio Cassis has announced his country has joined other nations in implementing tough sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine invasion.

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Switzerland urged to consider rate hikes by IMF

The Swiss National Bank (SNB) should soon start to “normalise its monetary policy” the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said, after holding the lowest interest rate in the world for most of the last 10 years.

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Majority of Swiss population backs stricter sanctions against Russia

The majority of Switzerland’s population would support tougher sanctions against Russia, even if they lead to increased energy costs in Switzerland, according to a survey.

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Central bank posts record first half loss

Switzerland’s central bank announced a first half loss of 95.2 billion Swiss Francs on Friday

Markets

Govt. prepares for winter gas shortages

The Swiss government has detailed plans to deal with a potential shortage of natural gas supplies in winter, with rationing measures a possibility if other steps were insufficient.

Markets

Swiss central bank hikes rates, first time since 2007

Switzerland’s central bank hiked its policy interest rate on Thursday for the first time in 15 years.

Markets

Unions should negotiate pay hikes as inflation bites

As Switzerland’s cost of living increases, the economics and education minister, Guy Parmelin has stated it is the unions’ responsibility to negotiate pay increases.

Markets

Swiss Council requests Parliament amends ETIAS

The Swiss Federal Council is preparing to launch the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), to be fully in effect by the middle of next year.

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