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The Naira on Friday, June 30, maintained its strength against the Dollar at the parallel market even as the CBN expressed optimism of further appreciation.....
The Naira on Thursday, June 29, gained N2 against the American Dollar at the parallel market, closing the day at N368 to the Dollar, stronger than yesterday
The Nigerian Naira has closed the week strong at parallel market, just as Muslims get ready to mark Eid-el-fitr celebration on Monday and Tuesday, June 26, 27.
The Nigerian Naira on Wednesday, June 21, maintained its strengthened rate against the American Dollar at the parallel market as forex supply rises...
The Nigerian Naira on Tuesday, June 20, made a significant gain at the parallel market as the CBN injected $195m into the inter-bank forex market.....
The Naira on Monday, June 19 maintained its strengthened rate of N367 per American Dollar at the parallel market to start the new week on an impressive note.
The Nigerian Naira on Friday, June 16 crashed against the Euro at the parallel market, while retaining its strength against the American Dollar and Pound
The Nigerian Naira on Thursday, June 15, retained its strength against the American Dollar, closing at N367/$1, the same amount it has been trading for the past
NAIJ.com has gathered that the Naira gained three points against the Dollar to close the day at N367/$1, from the previous rate of N370 on Wednesday, June 14.
The steady appreciation of the Naira at the parallel market on Tuesday, June 13, was halted as the local currency weakened to N370/$1, dropping a massive 8pts.
The Naira on Thursday, June 8, continued its appreciation against the Dollar at the parallel market as it hit its best rate in 2017, trading at N362/$1.
The Nigerian Naira has continued to appreciate at the parallel market, otherwise known as black market as the Central Bank of Nigeria make steady intervention.
Nigerian Naira has weakened at the parallel market just hours after it was reported that the country’s external reserves had declined to $30.52 bn from $30.7 bn
The CBN interventions in the foreign exchange market has seen the Nigerian Naira maintain its strength against the American Dollar at the parallel market.
The Naira on Tuesday, May 23, continued its recovery against the American Dollar at the parallel market since it dropped to a record low of N520/$1 in February.
The Nigerian Naira on Monday, May 22, crashed slightly against the American Dollar at the parallel market as it dropped one point to close at N381/$1.
The Nigerian Naira has continued its resurgence as it again strengthened against the American Dollar at the parallel market. It now trades at N380 per Dollar.
The CBN on Monday, May 15, injected $457.3 million into various segments of the foreign exchange market, leaving the Naira to appreciate to n385 per Dollar.
The Naira on Thursday, May 11, gained N2 against the Dollar at parallel market to close the day at N386 per Dollar, stronger than the N388 it closed yesterday.
The Naira on Wednesday, May 10, stayed unchanged against the American Dollar at the parallel market. The currency closed at N388 to the American Dollar.
The Naira on Tuesday, May 9, gained three points to exchange at N388 to the Dollar, stronger than N391 it traded on Monday, May 8, at the parallel market.
The Naira on Thursday, May 4, appreciated marginally against the Dollar at the parallel market at N390 to the Dollar, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.