Exchange rate over ride not possible

we have for a certain date the exchange rate defined in TCURR as GBP->USD @ .50448 for usage type "M".
But for few entries we want the exchange rate to be a different value. When we enter the document via FBV1 - we put the amount as 200 GBP (company code currency) and the exchange rate as 1.620 and save the document.
But when we look at the document the amount in group currency (USD) is being calculated at the older exchange rate from TCURR table and not from the one we entered on the screen.

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