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Naira exchange rate for Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Nigeria

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See the Naira exchange rate for Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Abuja and Lagos respectively below:

Abuja:

Date Currency Buying () Central () Selling ()
16/05/2024  US Dollar  1520.00

1540.00
Euro 1600.00

1620.00
Pounds 1900.00

1930.00

Lagos:

Date Currency Buying () Central () Selling ()
16/05/2024  US Dollar  1525.00

1545.00
Euro 1645.00

1665.00
Pounds 1880.00

1960.00

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date  Currency  Buying ()  Central ()  Selling () 
15/05/2024  US Dollar  1491.58  1492.08  1492.58 
Pounds 1883.2689  1883.9002  1884.5315 
Euro  1617.7677  1618.31  1618.8523 
Swiss Franc  1647.9726  1648.525  1649.0775 
Yen  9.5909  9.5941  9.5974 
CFA  2.2958  2.3058  2.3158 
WAUA  1857.5793  1858.202  1858.8247 
Riyal  397.7016  397.835  397.9683 
Dan. Krona  216.7616  216.8343  216.9069 
SDR  1971.4213  1972.0821  1972.743 

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