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Naira exchange rate for Thursday, March 7 in Nigeria

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See the Naira exchange rate for Thursday, March 07, 2024, in Lagos below, while Abuja Bureau De Change (BDC) market remains under lock and key:

Lagos:

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

07/03/24 US Dollar 1605.00

 —

1630.00
Euro 1660.00

 —

1700.00
Pounds Sterling 1975.00

 —

2015.00
Canadian Dollar 1320.00

 —

1360.00
Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)

Abuja:

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

07/03/24 US Dollar

 —

 —

 —

Euro

 —

 —

 —

Pounds Sterling

 —

 —

 —

Canadian Dollar

 —

 —

 —

Date Currency Buying (₦) Central (₦) Selling (₦)

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)
07/03/24 US Dollar 1589.143 1589.643 1590.143
Pounds Sterling 2021.5488 2022.1849 2022.8209
Euro 1730.4178 1730.9623 1731.5067
Swiss Franc 1799.3014 1799.8675 1800.4337
Yen 10.6233 10.6267 10.63
CFA 2.561 2.571 2.581
WAUA 2071.1178 2071.7695 2072.4211
Riyal 423.7037 423.837 423.9703
Danish Krona 232.0899 232.163 232.236
SDR 2110.3819 2111.0459 2111.7099

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