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The Naira on Tuesday, February 14, dropped one point and crashed against the American dollar at the parallel market to N507 from the N506 recorded yesterday.
The Nigerian Naira on Monday, February 13, dropped one point and crashed against the Pound Sterling at the parallel market to N618 from the N617 rate.
The Naira on Friday, February 10, crashed against the United States dollar on the parallel market to 506, down from the 500 recorded on Thursday, February 9.
The Nigerian Naira on Wednesday, February 8, dropped to N500 per United State dollar from the N498 per dollar rate it was yesterday at parallel market.
The Naira on Monday, February 6, appreciated against the United States dollar at the parallel market to N498 from N500 as it stayed steady against pound & Euro.
The Naira on Friday, February 3, continued to extend its stability against the dollar at the parallel market as it still exchanges at N498 per American dollar.
The Nigeria’s Naira on Thursday, February 2, maintained the N498 per dollar, N615 per Pound and N525 per Euro rate in the black market as it was yesterday.
Hours after dropping against the United States dollar from 498 to 500 at the parallel, the Naira has reversed the loss, NAIJ.com can authoritatively report.
The Nigerian Naira on Tuesday, January 17 stayed unchanged at N497/$1 in black market otherwise known as parallel market, but crashed against pound and euro.
The Nigerian Naira on Monday, January 16, has stayed low at the parallel market as dollar scarcity continues but Nigerians have been urged to remain calm.
Naira on Friday afternoon, January 13 stayed unchanged against the major foreign currencies at the parallel market as CBN get set to resume dollar sales to BDCs
The Nigerian Naira on Thursday, January 12, crashed further at the parallel market, edging closer to a landmark 500 units per dollar as speculated last year.
The Nigerian Naira on Wednesday, January 11, dropped one point against the American Dollar at parallel market. The Naira now trades at N492/$1from N493/$1.
The Nigerian Naira on Tuesday, January 10, strengthened against Pound at the parallel market as it now trades at N592/£1 as against the N600 rate of yesterday.
The Naira on Monday, January 9, strengthened against American Dollar at the parallel market as it now trades at N490/$1 as against the N493/$1 it was last week
Nigerian Naira on Thursday, January 5, weakened against the American Dollar at the parallel market, otherwise known as black market for the first time in 2017.
The Nigeria Naira has stayed flat against the dollar at the official interbank window and on the parallel market, January 4, but crashed against pound and euro.
The first working day of 2017 has seen the Nigerian Naira maintaining its low rate of N490 per dollar at parallel market, the same rate it finished with in 2016
The Naira is one of the world’s four worst performing currencies in 2016. It was learnt that the Naira was said to have lost 36.68% of its spot returns for 2016
The Nigerian Naira has crashed against the American dollar, and now sells at N490 per dollar in parallel market, three days to the end of the year, 2016.
The naira has recorded a big gain against the American dollar, Pound sterling and Euro at the parallel market. The local currency now trades at N48/$1, N580/£1
The parallel-market also known as black market exchange rate on Wednesday, December 21 remained unchanged at 490 per dollar, 510 per Euro and 605 per pound.