BREAKING: Naira Further Crashes to N700 to A Dollar at Black Market
The national currency, which traded for N670 against the dollar on Monday, July 25, crashed even further by 6. 7 percent today, July 27.
According to new reports, the Nigerian currency, the naira, has crashed further in the parallel market.
The naira is now trading for N700 against the U.S. dollar.
The national currency, which traded for N670 against the dollar on Monday, July 25, crashed even further by 6.7 percent today, July 27.
The exchange rate between the naira and the US dollar has fallen beyond the N700/$1 threshold at the parallel market on Wednesday, July 27th, 2022, despite starting the day at N675/$1. This is according to information from Bureau de Change operators in Lagos State.
See a list showing the exchange rate of the Naira to other foreign currencies below:
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