BEIJING, July 11 (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 Monday:

The central parity rate of the currency unit in yuan

100,669.60 USD

100,681.12 euros

Japanese Yen 100 4.9143

Hong Kong dollar 100 85.311

British Pound 100,805.10

Australian Dollar 100,458.54

New Zealand dollar 100,414.26

Singapore Dollar 100,478.83

Swiss Franc 100,685.08

Canadian dollar 100,517.22

Malaysian Ringgit 66.077 100

952.59 100 rubles

Rand 251.71,100

19,380,100 Korean won

AED 54,831,100

Saudi Riyal 56.04,100

Hungarian forint 5,936.05,100

Polish zlotys 70,086 100

Danish kroner 109.25,100

Swedish krona 157.23,100

NOK 150.70 100

Turkish lira 257.764 100

Mexican peso 305.62,100

Thai baht 535.50 100

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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