Can you confirm that this is a bug:
https://bitbucket.org/blais/beancount/issues/235

In short, price statements affect the precision in the display context.

I have 15.99 GB00BPN5P782 {113.6367 GBP}

15.99 * 113.6367 = 1817.050833

But due to
   option "inferred_tolerance_default" "GBP:0.01"

I get 1817.05 which is what I want.

However, after a `price GB00BPN5P782 113.6382 GBP` statement, CONVERT()
gives me 1817.0748 GBP.  I would expect 1817.07 GBP here.

-- 
Martin Michlmayr
http://www.cyrius.com/

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