1/ The name by which the countries are mentioned does not always coincide with their official name, and are listed without prejudice of the acknowledgement that in its case is given as an independent country.
2/ Refers to exchange rates quoted outside of mainland China.
3/ The exchange rate is expressed in dollar terms per one thousand domestic units.
4/ The countries which use the euro as an official currency are: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.
5/ As of October 1, 2021, the sovereign bolivar was replaced by the digital bolívar. For quotes prior to this date, the exchange rate is expressed in dollars per million domestic units.
6/ The fix price of gold and silver is no longer publicly disclosed by the London Bullion Metal Association (LBMA) at the time of its determination. The value published here corresponds to the fix that the LBMA determined for the day before the publication of this series.
* Provisional exchange rates. The official exchange rates for the purposes established in Article 20 of the Federal Fiscal Code will be published in the Official Bulletin within the first five working days of each month.