Currency Traders Clamor for Swiss Franc Safety

Currency Traders Clamor for Swiss Franc Safety Play

April 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Sara Eisen reports that the Swiss franc rose beyond the central bank’s limit of 1.20 per euro for the first time since the ceiling was put in place in September as investors sought the safest assets. The euro weakened for a fourth day versus the dollar as Spanish and Italian bonds slumped and borrowing costs increased at a French auction, adding to concern the region’s debt crisis is spreading. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Inside Track."

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