Ejes Gist Naija compiles dollar to naira exchange rates daily throughout the week on this page so that our readers can easily access the rates at which the American dollar is exchanged against the Nigerian naira on any given day of the week.
The dollar to naira exchange rate for each day of the week is listed below…
According to data from the FMDQ Security Exchange, where forex is officially traded, the naira and the USD exchange rate opened at 413.74/$1 on Wednesday, November 17, after closing at 415.10 to a USD on Tuesday, November 16, 2021.
What is the current Black Market Dollar to Naira exchange today?
According to Bureau De Change sources, the exchange rate for a USD to naira at the Lagos Parallel Market (Black Market) today, Wednesday, November 17th, is between N535 and N540/1$. (BDC).
Ejes Gist News reports, the Naira has begun a sustained recovery on the parallel market, gaining N25 since hitting a low of N575 to a dollar on September 20, 2021. …..Read More
Official market exchange rate for the dollar to naira on November 16: $1 to naira =414.55……Continue reading…
Ejes Gist Naija has obtained today’s official dollar to naira exchange rate in Nigeria, which includes Black Market, Bureau De Change (BDC), and Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) rates… .. Continue reading…
According to FMDQ data, the total value of forex transactions is $62.53 million.
According to a statement released by Rep. Benjamin Kalu, the House of Representatives’ chief spokesperson, government at all levels must provide the infrastructure necessary to promote Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria.
He made the remarks on Tuesday while addressing exhibitors at the 8th edition of the Made-in-Aba trade fair in Abuja.
Speaking at the event, Kalu stated that the availability of electricity and manufacturing machines would aid in the expansion of SMEs’s operations.
While praising the artisans for showcasing high-quality products at the trade fair, the lawmaker urged them to continue to serve as good ambassadors for the made-in-Aba brand in the future.
Nigerians must support locally produced goods, he said, describing it as a surefire way to boost the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the country.