Dollar to naira exchange rate today November 24, 2021, the black market rate can be accessed below.
Naija News got the official dollar to naira exchange rate in Nigeria today, including dollar to naira black market rate today, the Bureau De Change (BDC) rate and the CBN rates.
What is the current rate of dollars in naira in CBN (official rate)?
We know our readers will love to know how much is the dollar in naira today CBN rate, therefore, we got the federal government figure FMDQ security exchange.
According to data published on the FMDQ security exchange where the forex is officially traded, the exchange rate between the naira and the US dollar showed that the naira opened to N413.82 per dollar on Wednesday, November 24, 2021, after closing at N 414.80 per $ 1 on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. This represents a 0.01% change.
How much does a dollar in naira cost today on the black market?
This page focuses on black market dollar to naira exchange rate and we know our readers will like to know how much is a dollar in naira today on the black marketTherefore, we got the figures from various Bureau De Change (BDC) markets in Lagos, the commercial city of Nigeria.
Naija News signals that the local currency has opened up to N 565.00 per $ 1 in the parallel market otherwise known as the black market, today, Wednesday, November 24, 2021 in Lagos Nigeria after its closure at N565 on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. This represents a $ 0 change from the previous day.
I want to sell dollar and I want to buy dollar: I want to change the naira into dollar how much is that?
Naija News reports that on the black market, players buy a dollar for N550 and sell for N565 Wednesday morning November 24, 2021, after bought N550 and sold for N565 Tuesday morning 23 November. This means that the exchange rate has maintained its position from the previous day.
During this time, Naija News reports that the USD started this week at 564 in the parallel market also known as the black market on Monday, November 22, 2021. A $ 24 dollar change compared to on Monday November 15, when it opened at 540 per dollar.