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Naira exchange rate for Wednesday, June 12, 2024, in Nigeria

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See the Naira exchange rate for Wednesday, June 12, 2024, in Abuja and Lagos respectively below:

Abuja:

Date Currency Buying () Central () Selling ()
12/06/2024  US Dollar 1480.00 1490.00
Euro 1540.00 1570.00
Pounds 1840.00 1880.00

Lagos:

Date Currency Buying () Central () Selling ()
12/06/2024  US Dollar  1470.00 1480.00
Euro 1560.00 1590.00
Pounds 1860.00 1890.00

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN):

Date  Currency  Buying () Central () Selling ()
27/05/2024  US Dollar  1381.893  1382.393  1382.893 
Pounds  1763.1573  1763.7952  1764.4332 
Euro  1499.4921  1500.0346  1500.5772 
Franc  1510.4306  1510.9772  1511.5237 
Yen  8.8114  8.8146  8.8178 
CFA  2.4244  2.4344  2.4444 
WAUA  1956.0907  1956.7984  1957.5062 
Riyal  368.4458  368.5792  368.7125 
Krona  200.9149  200.9876  201.0603 
SDR  1828.659  1829.3207  1829.9823 

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