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Naira exchange rate for Friday, Feb. 09 in Nigeria

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See the Naira exchange rate for Friday, February 09, 2024, in Abuja and Lagos respectively:

Abuja:

Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)
09/02/24 US Dollar 1475.00 1485.00
Euro 1550.00 1570.00
Pounds Sterling 1860.00 1880.00
Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)

Lagos:

Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)
09/02/24 US Dollar 1475.00 1485.00
Euro 1560.00 1580.00
Pounds Sterling 1860.00 1900.00
Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)
09/02/24 US Dollar 1473.615 1474.115 1474.615
Pounds Sterling 1854.3971 1855.0263 1855.6555
Euro 1584.2835 1584.821 1585.3586
Swiss Franc 1682.7852 1683.3562 1683.9271
Yen 9.8695 9.8728 9.8762
Riyal 392.9326 393.0659 393.1992
Danish Krona 212.4252 212.4973 212.5694
SDR 1954.4556 1955.1187 1955.7819
Yuan/Renminbi 204.7569 204.8264 204.8959
South African Rand 77.7424 77.7688 77.7952
Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)

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