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Naira exchange rate for Thursday, January 18, 2024, in Abuja and Lagos

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The exchange rate for Naira in the parallel market for Thursday, January 18, 2024, as confirmed by Bureau de Change operators, is as follows:

ABUJA:

Date  Currency  Buying (₦)  Central (₦)  Selling (₦) 
18/01/2024 US Dollar  1,335.00 1,345.00
Euro 1,430.00 1,450.00
Pounds Sterling  1,650.00 1,670.00
Date  Currency   Buying (₦)  Central (₦)  Selling (₦) 

LAGOS:

Date  Currency  Buying (₦)  Central (₦)  Selling (₦) 
18/01/2024 US Dollar  1,340.00 1,353.00
Euro 1,435.00 1,458.00
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)
18/01/2024 US Dollar 460.07 460.57 461.07
Pounds Sterling 580.2403 580.8709 581.5015
Euro 503.8687 504.4163 504.9639
Swiss Franc 515.4846 516.0448 516.605
Yen 3.3996 3.4033 3.407
CFA 0.7493 0.7593 0.7693
WAUA 619.9013 620.575 621.2487
Yuan/Renminbi 66.4381 66.5107 66.5834
Riyal 122.6755 122.8088 122.9422
US Dollar 460.03 460.53 461.03
Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)

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