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Swiss Franc vs. Euro vs. US Dollar

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I've seen several references to the Swiss Franc being very high against other currencies. In looking at currency exchange rates; isn't the franc still much better against the US Dollar than the Euro; or am I missing something? If I look at the Euro today it would appear that $100 US Dollars is equal to about 78 euros; yet if I look at the Swiss Franc is appears that $100 US dollars is equal to about $95 Swiss Francs. (It would make it appear that traveling in Switzerland may be better against the dollar than traveling elsewhere in Europe at this point) Am I missing something here (other than if Swiss prices in general are just that much higher than other places in Europe)

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