Naira climbs after forex ban storm
The currency gained in the official and the black market segments Friday.
ADVERTISEMENTThe naira gained against the U.S. dollar at both the unofficial and official market segments on Friday, data from both market sessions showed.According to data recorded on abokiFX.com, a website that collates parallel rates in Lagos, the local unit closed at N515.00 per $1 at the black market window on Friday.
This represents a N5.00 or 1.00 per cent appreciation from the N520.00 rate it traded in the previous session on Thursday, after witnessing an all-time devaluation record on Wednesday as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)stoppedforex sales to Bureau De Change operators.
The naira, which opened at the black market window at N520.00 per $1 dollar, appreciated to N517.00 at noon before settling at N515.00 at the close of business on Friday.Similarly, the domestic unit gained slightly against the U.S dollar at the Investors and Exporters (I&E) window also known as the Nafex rates on Friday. headtopics.com
Data posted on theFMDQ Security Exchangewhere forex is officially traded showed that the naira closed at N411.44 per $1.This implies a N0.23 or 0.1 per cent appreciation from the N411.67 rate it traded in the previous session on Thursday.ALSO READ:Naira sees biggest plunge ever after CBN forex ban
The currency saw an intraday high of N400.00 and a low of N412.25 before closing at N411.44 on Friday.The market segment forex supply skyrocketed by 83.51 per cent, with $121.08 million posted at the end of the market session as against the $58.07 million recorded in the previous session on Thursday.Read more: Premium Times »
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