The Naira on Tuesday extended its gains against the dollar across the Forex market.
The nation currency gained N4.06 at the interbank market to close at N304.75, from N308.81 posted on Monday.
At the Bureau De Change window, the naira was sold at N385 to a dollar, CBN controlled rate, while Pound Sterling and Euro traded at N565 and N504 respectively.
Naira gained three points at the parallel market to close at N465 to a dollar against N468 posted on Monday.
Traders at the market said that liquidity at the market was being boosted by the weekly sale of Forex by Travelex and First Bank of Nigeria.
Travelex, a licensed International Money Transfer Operator, had been selling the proceeds of Diaspora remittances to BDCs for over a month.
Travelex and FBN have been working hard to ensure that liquidity challenges in the North and some other South-South states was reduced by selling Forex in these areas.
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