Naira gains Massively at Black Market, See New Exchange Rate

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Naira gains Massively at Black Market, See New Exchange Rate below.

On Wednesday, Naira, the Nigerian currency, exhibited notable signs of strengthening against the US Dollar due to a substantial reduction in demand within the parallel segment of the foreign exchange (FX) market.

As of 12:34 pm, data sourced from AbokiFX, a reputable online platform that closely monitors exchange rates within the parallel market, indicated that FX dealers were actively engaged in purchasing the US Dollar at a rate of N880 while selling it at N910. This marked a significant improvement from the previous day’s figures, which depicted dealers acquiring the Dollar at a higher rate of N932 and selling it at N942.

This shift in exchange rates highlights a noteworthy appreciation of the Naira against the Dollar within a relatively short span of time. The decrease in demand for the Dollar in the parallel market has evidently contributed to the Naira’s strengthening position. This trend can have several potential implications, such as improved purchasing power for local consumers and reduced costs for businesses that rely heavily on imports.


While this positive change in the Naira-Dollar exchange rate is encouraging, it’s important to note that foreign exchange markets can be influenced by a myriad of factors, including economic indicators, government policies, and global market dynamics. Monitoring these factors will provide a clearer understanding of the Naira’s trajectory against the Dollar in the coming days and weeks.

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