The green back suffered some bad non-farm payroll numbers this month, a mere 126k jobs. But the economy overall is forecast to have a 2.4% growth for 2015 compared to a forecast of 1.9% for Switzerland. Interest rates on 10yr government bonds are 1.95% and -0.09% respectively, with a view for interest rates to rise in the US. This looks like the US dollar should continue to strengthen against a lackluster Swiss Franc. Which is what we have seen this week, with the price coasting the topside of its Ichimoku cloud on the daily candle chart, with MACD and DMI looking like they are about to show a turn-around in momentum. The MACD and DMI on the 4 hour chart already showing momentum on the upside, could be a chance to pick up some more points on the bull trend for the green back.