160×600
160×600
$147.53
-0.64%
$2,638.78
+0.51%
$2,540.77
+0.03%
$3,584.85
-1.28%
$282.19
+0.41%
$342.52
-0.56%
$277.61
-0.75%
$212.12
-1.23%
$151.77
-2.37%
$168.70
+0.2%
$37.94
-2.31%
$57.35
-2.71%
$44.30
-1.57%
$248.15
-0.16%
$141.75
+0.06%

Chinese Market Exchange Rate-July 21


Beijing, July 21 (Xinhua)-The following is the central parity rate of RMB (RMB) for 24 major currencies announced on Wednesday by the China Foreign Exchange Trading System.

Currency unit central parity rate in RMB

USD 100648.35

Euro 100763.75

Japanese Yen 1005.8985

Hong Kong dollar 10083.418

British pound 100883.67

Australian dollar 100475.54

New Zealand dollar 100448.57

Singapore dollar 100474.48

Swiss franc 100703.74

Canadian dollar 100511.40

Malaysian Ringgit 65.171100

Louvre 1,146.92100

Land 225.63100

Korean won 17,718100

United Arab Emirates Dirham 56.653100

Saudi riyal 57.854100

Hungarian Forint 4,704.57100

Polish zloty 60.141100

Danish krone 97.40100

Swedish krona 134.16100

Norwegian krone 138.82100

Turkish lira 132.244100

Mexican peso 310.66100

Thai Baht 506.08100

The original central parity rate for the US dollar is based on the weighted average of the prices offered by the market makers before the interbank market was opened on each business day.

The original central parity rate for Hong Kong dollars is based on the original central parity rate for US dollars and the Hong Kong dollar exchange rate for US dollars at 9am in the same international foreign exchange market. Business day.

The RMB central parity rate for the other 22 currencies is based on the average price offered by the market maker prior to the start of the interbank foreign exchange market.

Chinese Market Exchange Rate-July 21

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