Naira hits N502/$1 at parallel market

By Our Reporter

The naira, on Friday, June 4, 2021, fell at the parallel market to N502 to the dollar as speculations continue to hamper forex market operations.

At the importer & exporter (I&E) window, it traded moderately to close at N411.12 per dollar.

The local currency, which closed at N499 to a dollar on Thursday, lost N3 at midday trading Friday, according to data on, a website that collates parallel rates in Lagos.



It also depreciated against Pound and Euro, trading N710 and N608, respectively.

Recently, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) had made efforts to ease naira against other foreign currencies and unify the country’s forex (FX) rates.

In 2017, it introduced the I&E window to improve foreign exchange market mechanisms, deepen market liquidity, and ensure prompt execution and settlement of all FX transactions.

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