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Market exchange rates in China — April 25

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by April 25, 2017 General

BEIJING, April 25 (Xinhua) — The following are the central parity rates of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, against 23 major currencies announced on Tuesday by the China Foreign Exchange Trade System:

Currency Unit Central parity rate in yuan

U.S. dollar 100 688.33

Euro 100 747.63

Japanese yen 100 6.2746

Hong Kong dollar 100 88.478

British pound 100 880.27

Australian dollar 100 520.55

New Zealand dollar 100 482.56

Singapore dollar 100 494.36

Swiss franc 100 691.44

Canadian dollar 100 508.40

Malaysian ringgit 63.662 100

Ruble 810.73 100

Rand 189.17 100

Korean Won 16,452 100

UAE dirham 53.334 100

Saudi riyal 54.458 100

Hungarian forint 4,161.14 100

Polish zloty 56.735 100

Danish krone 99.43 100

Swedish krona 128.67 100

Norwegian krone 124.27 100

Turkish lira 51.934 100

Mexican peso 273.42 100

The central parity rate of the yuan against the U.S. dollar is based on a weighted average of prices offered by market makers before the opening of the interbank market each business day.

The central parity rate of the yuan against the Hong Kong dollar is based on the central parity rate of the yuan against the U.S. dollar and the exchange rate of the Hong Kong dollar against the U.S. dollar at 9 a.m. in international foreign exchange markets on the same business day.

The central parity rates of the yuan against the other 21 currencies are based on the average prices offered by market makers before the opening of the interbank foreign exchange market.

(This article is generated by Xinhua News Robot.)

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