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Naira exchange rate for Monday, Feb. 05 in Nigeria

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See the Naira exchange rate for Monday, February 05, 2024, in Abuja and Lagos respectively:

Abuja:

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

05/02/2024 US Dollar

1410.00

1420.00

Euro

1520.00

1540.00

Pounds Sterling

1820.00

1840.00

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

Lagos:

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

05/02/2024 US Dollar

1415.00

1440.00

Euro

1500.00

1558.00

Pounds Sterling

1820.00

1850.00

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)
05/02/2024 US Dollar 1367.245 1367.745 1368.245
Pounds Sterling 1731.6158 1732.249 1732.8823
Euro 1476.898 1477.4381 1477.9782
Swiss Franc 1582.6427 1583.2214 1583.8002
Yen 9.2419 9.2453 9.2486
Riyal 364.5792 364.7125 364.8459
Yuan/Renminbi 190.1857 190.2553 190.3248
South African Rand 72.5995 72.6261 72.6526
US Dollar 1413.125 1413.625 1414.125
Pounds Sterling 1789.4402 1790.0733 1790.7065
Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)

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