Naira Exchange Rates - Parallel Market Lagos. *Prevelant Rate - Could be slightly higer or lower based on vendor.
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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

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…
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CBN Lists Operational Requirements as OTC FX Futures Market Takes off - Thisday

By Obinna Chima As the over-the-counter (OTC) foreign exchange (FX) futures market under the new FX regime takes off today, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has stressed that along with the requisite certificate of capital importation (CCI),…
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Dollar to Naira Rate Black Market June 27 2016

Dollar to Naira Rate Black Market June 27 2016. Today's Naira Black Market Exchange Rates. Dollar to Naira. Pounds to Naira. Euros to Naira. Prevalent rates for the City of Lagos. Actual rates may vary slightly based on vendor. Rates are…
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Niger Delta Avengers urge Nigeria's Buhari to visit southern oil hub - Reuters

YENAGOA, Nigeria June 26 (Reuters) - The Niger Delta Avengers, a Nigerian militant group which has claimed responsibility for a series of attacks on oil facilities in the country's southern energy hub, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to…
CBN

Central Bank of Nigeria Presents N500bn Non-Oil Export Stimulation Facility - NTA News

The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has unveiled the implementation modalities of the five hundred billion naira Non-oil Export Stimulation Facility, and the fifty billion naira Export Rediscounting and Refinancing Facility. The Director, Development…
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Naira dips against Dollar as uncertainties surround Pounds - Today.ng

The Naira on Friday depreciated at the parallel market, exchanging at N345 to the dollar, the News Agency of Nigeria reports. The Nigerian currency shed N10 to close at N345, from N335 it closed on Wednesday, representing a depreciation of…