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Naira exchange rate for Wednesday, Feb. 07 in Nigeria

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See the Naira exchange rate for Wednesday, February 07, 2024, in Abuja and Lagos respectively:

Abuja:

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

07/02/2024 US Dollar

1450.00

1470.00

Euro

1510.00

1530.00

Pounds Sterling

1830.00

1850.00

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

Lagos:

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

07/02/2024 US Dollar

1455.00

1470.00

Euro

1555.00

1573.00

Pounds Sterling

1840.00

1870.00

Date Currency

Buying (₦)

Central (₦)

Selling (₦)

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)
07/02/2024 US Dollar 1417.135 1417.635 1418.135
Pounds Sterling 1780.6301 1781.2584 1781.8866
Euro 1520.8693 1521.4059 1521.9425
Swiss Franc 1622.5498 1623.1223 1623.6948
Yen 9.5346 9.538 9.5414
Riyal 377.8724 378.0058 378.1391
Danish Krona 203.7929 203.8648 203.9367
SDR 1876.5702 1877.2323 1877.8944
Yuan/Renminbi 197.035 197.1045 197.1741
South African Rand 74.7233 74.7497 74.776
Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)

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