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Naira exchange rates November 2021

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Current Forex rates, Naira Foreign Exchange Rates

DateNaira/Dollar (NGN/USD)Naira/Pound (NGN/GBP)Naira/Euro (NGN/EUR)
Nov 30, 2021411.64549.37464.82
Nov 29, 2021411.64548.92444.43
Nov 26, 2021411.64548.55462.06
Nov 25, 2021411.64549.69462.06
Nov 24, 2021411.67550.07463.09
Nov 23, 2021411.63553.39464.15
Nov 22, 2021411.59555.23466.99
Nov 19, 2021411.59555.23466.99
Nov 18, 2021411.59555.23466.99
Nov 17, 2021411.57554.13466.18
Nov 16, 2021411.43552.55471.08
Nov 15, 2021411.42551.30471.07
Nov 12, 2021411.39551.22471.90
Nov 11, 2021411.37555.67475.17
Nov 10, 2021411.34558.35476.41
Nov 9, 2021411.29553.02474.38
Nov 8, 2021411.29553.02474.38
Nov 5, 2021410.96566.46477.90
Nov 4, 2021411.24561.71476.58
Nov 3, 2021411.21561.63450.49
Nov 2, 2021411.21562.39475.88
Nov 1, 2021411.17562.39475.88
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DateNaira/Dollar (NGN/USD)
Buy/Sell
Naira/Pound (NGN/GBP)
Buy/Sell
Naira/Euro (NGN/EUR)
Buy/Sell
Nov 30, 2021557 / 564720 / 735620 / 635
Nov 29, 2021557 / 564720 / 735620 / 635
Nov 26, 2021555 / 563720 / 745620 / 635
Nov 25, 2021555 / 563720 / 745620 / 635
Nov 24, 2021530 / 555720 / 750610 / 625
Nov 23, 2021530 / 555720 / 750610 / 625
Nov 22, 2021530 / 555720 / 735610 / 620
Nov 19, 2021538 / 550720 / 735640 / 650
Nov 18, 2021538 / 550720 / 735640 / 650
Nov 17, 2021538 / 550720 / 735640 / 650
Nov 16, 2021538 / 550720 / 735640 / 650
Nov 15, 2021538 / 550720 / 735640 / 650
Nov 12, 2021530 / 550720 / 750640 / 655
Nov 11, 2021530 / 550720 / 750640 / 655
Nov 10, 2021555 / 562760 / 775648 / 665
Nov 9, 2021555 / 562760 / 775648 / 665
Nov 8, 2021558 / 565735 / 755630 / 650
Nov 5, 2021570 / 573770 / 775655 / 660
Nov 4, 2021558 / 565735 / 755630 / 650
Nov 3, 2021560 / 570750 / 760640 / 655
Nov 2, 2021563 / 567 755 / 765 650 / 655
Nov 1, 2021563 / 567755 / 765650 / 655

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