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Market change charges in China — Sept. 13

BEIJING, Sept. 13 (Xinhua) — The following are the central parity charges of the Chinese foreign money renminbi, or the yuan, in opposition to 24 main currencies introduced on Tuesday by the China Foreign Exchange Trade System:

Currency Unit Central parity fee in yuan

U.S. dollar 100 689.28

Euro 100 699.65

Japanese yen 100 4.841

Hong Kong dollar 100 87.82

British pound 100 807.18

Australian dollar 100 475.70

New Zealand dollar 100 424.33

Singapore dollar 100 494.67

Swiss franc 100 724.71

Canadian dollar 100 531.92

Malaysian ringgit 65.206 100

Ruble 871.32 100

Rand 247.74 100

Korean gained 19,897 100

UAE dirham 53.196 100

Saudi riyal 54.422 100

Hungarian forint 5,685.08 100

Polish zloty 67.122 100

Danish krone 106.35 100

Swedish krona 151.73 100

Norwegian krone 142.48 100

Turkish lira 263.927 100

Mexican peso 287.24 100

Thai baht 525.06 100

The central parity fee of the yuan in opposition to the U.S. dollar relies on a weighted common of costs provided by market makers earlier than the opening of the interbank market every enterprise day.

The central parity fee of the yuan in opposition to the Hong Kong dollar relies on the central parity fee of the yuan in opposition to the U.S. dollar and the change fee of the Hong Kong dollar in opposition to the U.S. dollar at 9 a.m. in worldwide international change markets on the identical enterprise day.

The central parity charges of the yuan in opposition to the opposite 22 currencies are primarily based on the typical costs provided by market makers earlier than the opening of the interbank international change market.

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