Market exchange rate of Chinese currencies – November 24

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    BEIJING, Nov. 24 (Xinhua) — Below are the central parity rates of the Chinese yuan, or renminbi, against 24 major currencies as announced by the China Foreign Exchange Trading System on Thursday:

    The central parity rate of the currency unit in yuan

    100,712.01 US dollars

    100,741.48 euros

    Japanese Yen 100 5.1082

    Hong Kong dollar 100 91.066

    British Pound 100,859.62

    Australian Dollar 100,479.79

    New Zealand dollar 100,444.57

    Singapore Dollar 100,517.50

    Swiss Franc 100,756.67

    Canadian Dollar 100,533.50

    Malaysian Ringgit 64,155,100

    844.21 100 rubles

    Rand 238.49,100

    Korean Won 18,807,100

    AED 51.58,100

    Saudi Riyal 52.782 100

    Hungarian forint 5,535.97,100

    Polish zlotys 63,473,100

    Danish Krone 100.33 100

    Swedish Krona 146.60 100

    Norwegian krone 139.62,100

    Turkish lira 261.427 100

    Mexican peso 271.88,100

    Thai baht 505.97,100

    The RMB/US dollar central parity rate is based on the weighted average price offered by market makers prior to the opening of the interbank market each business day.

    The RMB central parity rate against the Hong Kong dollar is based on the RMB central parity rate against the US dollar and the Hong Kong dollar against the US dollar exchange rate at 9:00 a.m. in the international foreign exchange markets of the same day. working day.

    The central parity rate of the renminbi against the other 22 currencies is based on the average prices offered by market makers before the opening of the interbank foreign exchange market.

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