BREAKING: Naira Gains Massively As Dollar Crashes At Black Market
CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele.

Naira has fallen to all-time low against dollar.

Newsone reports that Nigeria’s currency, Naira, extended its decline on Thursday, September 9, sliding to an all-time low of N540 against the United States dollar at the parallel market otherwise known as the black market.


This online news platform understands that the Naira, which has been on a downward trend in recent weeks, fell to N540 against the greenback today from 532/$1 the previous day (Wednesday).

NGN

USD

BUY / SELL

GBP

BUY / SELL

EUR

BUY / SELL

09/09/2021 532 / 540** 730 / 740** 625 / 630**
09/09/2021 528 / 535* 723 / 730* 623 / 629*
08/09/2021 528 / 535 723 / 730 623 / 629
07/09/2021 528 / 532 720 / 727 621 / 626
06/09/2021 527 / 532 718 / 723 618 / 625

Similarly, the local currency, also fell to 411.43/$1 on Thursday from 411.50/$1 on Wednesday, September 8, at the Investors and Exporters’ window, according to data published on FMDQ Group, the official website where the naira is traded.

BREAKING: Naira Falls To All-Time Low Against Dollar, See Today Exchange Rate
Dollar to Naira official exchange rate today, Thursday, September 9, 2021.

Newsone reports that the Naira had its first major all time fall against the United States dollar on Monday, August 30, 2021, sliding to an all-time low of N527 against the United States dollar at the parallel market otherwise known as the black market

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The fall came few days after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) stopped foreign exchange sales to Bureaux de Change.

BREAKING: Naira Falls To All-Time Low Against Dollar, See Today Exchange Rate
Dollar to Naira exchange rate today

Meanwhile, Newsone Nigeria recalls that Godwin Emefiele, the CBN Governor, had on July 27, at the end of the Monetary Policy Committee meeting, announced the stoppage of forex sale to the BDCs, saying they had turned themselves into ‘agents that facilitate graft and corrupt activities of people who seek illicit fund flow and money laundering in Nigeria.’


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