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Naira value rises at investors, exporters window

The naira on Thursday gained against the dollar at the investors and exporters window, exchanging at N428.12.

• August 5, 2022
Naira and Dollars
Naira and Dollars

The naira on Thursday gained against the dollar at the investors and exporters window, exchanging at N428.12.

The figure represented an increase of 0.25 per cent compared with N429.20 it exchanged for the dollar on Wednesday.

The open indicative rate closed at N428. 33 to the dollar on Thursday.

An exchange rate of N444 to the dollar was the highest rate recorded within the day’s trading before it settled at N428.12.

The naira sold for as low as N415 to the dollar within the day’s trading.

On Thursday, $110.22 million was traded in foreign exchange at the official investors and exporters’ window.

(NAN)

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