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  1. Max Booz Says:

    I recently opened a 12 mos. CD in Yuan/CNY/RMB at the Bank of China in Manhattan. The APR is a limp .75 percent. I did this to gain from Yuan appreciation and will likely put in more if the currency keeps on moving up.

    The exchange rate they gave me was 6.41 to 1 USD, on May 11, 2011. I have had a heck of time learning from them exactly what their reference point was for this rate.
    Can anyone suggest how to find this out? And is that a middle of the road rate for that date?

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