Money duration and PV01

Fixed income CFA Q-bank question
I thought Money duration and PV01 is the same.
Money duration : Market value * Modified duration /100
PV01 = BPV = PVBP : Market value * Modified duration /10,000

In this question, if you calculate money duration, the asset and the liability have the same money duration. But as you can see in the table, their PV01 do not match.

I can’t understand what’s happening here…
Is my understanding of above two concepts are wrong? :frowning:

Money duration = MV * modified duration
PV01 = money duration / 10000

I think this question is wrong in that the PV01 is not equal to money duration / 10000. And you can say the money duration does not match for assets and liabilities because the PV01 is different. Perhaps when the author was making up the numbers he/she forgot to consider PV01.