The figure represented a decrease of 0.09 per cent, compared with the 461.50 it exchanged on Tuesday.
The figure represented a decrease of 0.05 per cent, compared with N456.25 it exchanged to the Dollar on Thursday.
The figure represented a decrease of 0.26 per cent, compared with N451.50 it exchanged on Monday.
This was an appreciation of 0.11 per cent, compared with the 445.83 it exchanged on Thursday in the market.
The open indicative rate closed at N444.60 to the dollar Thursday.
The figure represents an appreciation of 0.11 per cent compared with N445.50 to dollar it exchanged on Tuesday.
The figure represents a depreciation of 0.03 per cent compared with N445.38 for which the dollar exchanged on Monday.
The open indicative rate closed at N433 to the dollar on Tuesday.
The figure represents a decrease of 0.75 per cent, compared with N431.50 to the dollar at the close of business September 2.
The open indicative rate closed at 418.25 naira to the dollar Wednesday.
Salam, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Abuja decried the continuous devaluation of the Naira, saying that the Nigerian currency was doing badly when compared to other currencies of the world.
The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said this on a Channels Television programme, Sunday Politics, on Sunday.
Dr. O.S. Nnaji, Director Trade and Exchange Department of CBN, said in a circular on Friday that the action contravened the apex bank’s directive that all remittances be paid to beneficiaries in dollars.
The Naira traded at N441 to the dollar on Tuesday, losing N6 from N435 recorded on Monday at the parallel market in Lagos.
The Pound Sterling and the Euro closed at N575 and N515 respectively.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Naira exchanged at N439 to a dollar at the parallel market in Lagos, while Pound Sterling and the Euro closed at N580 and N495 respectively.
The Pound Sterling and the Euro also exchanged for N575 and N530 respectively.
The Association of Bureau De change Operators of Nigeria on Tuesday in Lagos advised Nigerians not to buy dollars for storage to avoid selling at a loss.
President Muhamamdu Buhari has directed the Presidential Committee on the impacts of Covid-19 on Nigeria’s economy to ensure that the investments and business of government continues to run without hitches.
The apex bank gave the explanation in a statement on Thursday in response to the stories making the round on the impending devaluation of the Naira