BEIJING, March 9 (Xinhua) – Listed here are the central parity charges of the Chinese language renminbi, or yuan, in opposition to the 24 main currencies introduced on Tuesday by the China International Trade Commerce System:

Financial unit Central parity fee in yuan

US greenback 100 653.38

100,774.23 euros

Japanese Yen 100 5.9977

Hong Kong greenback 100 84.12

British pound 100903.16

Australian greenback 100 500.11

New Zealand greenback 100 465.80

Singapore greenback 100,483.76

Swiss Franc 100 697.86

Canadian greenback 100,516.23

Malaysian Ringgit 62,885 100

Ruble 1141.04 100

Rand 237.58 100

Korean received 17447 100

UAE Dirham 56.211 100

Saudi Riyal 57.414 100

Hungarian Forint 4,747.09 100

Polish zloty 59.358 100

Danish krone 96.04 100

Swedish krona 131.30 100

Norwegian krone 130.62 100

Turkish lira 118,905 100

Mexican Peso 328.95 100

Thai Baht 471.79 100

The central parity fee of the yuan to the US greenback is predicated on a weighted common of the costs supplied by market makers earlier than the interbank market opens on every enterprise day.

The central parity fee of the yuan to the Hong Kong greenback is predicated on the central parity fee of the yuan to the US greenback and the change fee of the Hong Kong greenback to the US greenback at 9 a.m. within the markets worldwide change on the identical working day.

The central parity charges of the yuan in opposition to the 22 different currencies are based mostly on the common costs supplied by market makers earlier than the opening of the interbank international change market.



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