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Naira exchange rate for Friday, January 19, 2024, in Abuja & Lagos

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ABUJA:

Date  Currency  Buying (₦)  Central (₦)  Selling (₦) 
19/01/2024 US Dollar  1,343.00 1,350.00
Euro 1,430.00 1,450.00
Pounds Sterling  1,653.00 1,675.00
Date  Currency   Buying (₦)  Central (₦)  Selling (₦) 

LAGOS:

Date  Currency  Buying (₦)  Central (₦)  Selling (₦) 
19/01/2024 US Dollar  1,345.00 1,355.00
Euro 1,435.00 1,455.00
Pounds Sterling  1,655.00 1,675.00
Date  Currency   Buying (₦)  Central (₦)  Selling (₦) 

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)
19/01/2024 US Dollar 890.044 890.544 891.044
Pounds Sterling 1126.8847 1127.5178 1128.1508
Euro 966.5878 967.1308 967.6738
Swiss Franc 1025.3963 1025.9724 1026.5484
Yen 6.0126 6.016 6.0193
CFA 1.4641 1.4741 1.4841
WAUA 1189.7496 1190.4179 1191.0863
Riyal 237.3008 237.4341 237.5674
Danish Krona 129.5948 129.6676 129.7404
SDR 1184.8266 1185.4922 1186.1578
Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)

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