Naira Exchange Rates - Parallel Market Lagos. *Prevelant Rate - Could be slightly higer or lower based on vendor.
Naira (₦)USD ($)Euro (€)GBP (£)
Buy/SellBuy/SellBuy/Sell
27/3/2017360/388390/415455/471
24/3/2017380/390410/430475/490
23/3/2017390/406410/435480/505
22/3/2017405/420430/455500/525
21/3/2017415/430430/451516/536
dollar to naira

Naira loses more ground on the dollar, trades at N347 - The Cable

The Naira on Monday depreciated further against the dollar at the parallel market, losing N2 to exchange at N347 to the US currency. The currency had traded at N345 to the dollar on Friday. The naira also traded at N370 to the euro, and…
gas opportunities

NNPC- Nigeria oil output rises to 1.9 million bpd due to repairs -Reuters

LAGOS, June 27 (Reuters) - Oil production in Nigeria has risen to about 1.9 million barrels per day (bpd), from 1.6 million bpd, due to repairs and more than a week having passed since a major pipeline attack in the Niger Delta, a state oil…

Nigeria's central bank sells FX, naira eases against dollar - Reuters

LAGOS, June 27 (Reuters) - Nigeria's central bank asked for bid-offer quotes from currency traders on Monday as it sold dollars on the interbank market to boost liquidity, traders said. The naira NGN=D1 ended at 282 to the dollar after the…

Nigerian market falls on fears of Brexit curbing foreign interest - Reuters

LAGOS, June 27 (Reuters) - Nigerian shares fell on Monday as local funds sold on concerns that Britain's vote to leave the European Union may slow foreign interest in the market, traders said. The main stock index shed 2.2 percent to 29,982…
dollar to naira

Traders: Central Bank intervening in currency market - Reuters

LAGOS, June 27 (Reuters) - Nigeria's central bank asked for bid-offer quotes from currency traders on Monday as it sold dollars on the interbank market to boost liquidity, traders said. After abandoning the naira's 16-month old exchange rate…

Dangote Clarifies Forex Allocation to Refinery, Fertilizer Plant - Thisday

By Crusoe Osagie and Ejiofor Alike Africa’s richest man and President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has clarified that his refinery, petrochemical and fertilizer plant did not collect as much foreign exchange from the Central Bank…