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Naira exchange rate for Thursday, Feb. 15 in Nigeria

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See the Naira exchange rate for Thursday, February 15, 2024, in Abuja and Lagos respectively:

Abuja:

Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)
15/02/24 US Dollar 1580.00 1590.00
Euro 1620.00 1640.00
Pounds Sterling 1940.00 1960.00
Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)

Lagos:

Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)
15/02/24 US Dollar 1567.00 1573.00
Euro 1640.00 1660.00
Pounds Sterling 1940.00 1960.00
Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)
15/02/24 US Dollar 1516.204 1516.704 1517.204
Pounds Sterling 1904.5038 1905.1319 1905.7599
Euro 1624.461 1624.9967 1625.5324
Swiss Franc 1710.326 1710.89 1711.454
Yen 10.0611 10.0644 10.0677
CFA 2.4729 2.4829 2.4929
WAUA 2007.5213 2008.1833 2008.8453
Riyal 404.2672 404.4005 404.5338
Danish Krona 217.8767 217.9486 218.0204
SDR 2010.3349 2010.9978 2011.6608
Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)

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