The greenback lost some ground on Thursday, with the USD/CHF pair reversing all of its previous session gains to the highest level since November 2017. The pair snapped its recent winning streak and is now retreating from the very important parity mark amid broad-based US Dollar weakness. The Fed did not provide any clues about the future policy tightening cycle, which disappointed the bulls and prompted USD long-unwinding trade. Meanwhile, a weaker trading sentiment around equity markets, amid uncertainty over the US-China trade talks, further benefitted the Swiss Franc's safe-haven appeal and collaborated to the pair's retracement slide through the early European session. Currently holding just above mid-0.9900s, the release of US ISM non-manufacturing PMI would now be looked upon in order to grab some short-term trading opportunities later during the early NA session. (source: fxstreet)