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About the NGN to USD exchange rate

Today's NGN-USD Commentary

Examining the highs and lows of the NGN-USD mid-market exchange rate, we can observe a very important difference (exactly 2.3%) between the highest level of NGN 1 = USD 0.0024 recorded on July 31 and the minimum value of NGN 1 = USD 0.0024 attained last Monday. Even though the fluctuations have been important in the past 2 weeks, the current NGN-USD mid-market is as we're writting very close to its average value of the past two weeks. Transferring NGN 1,500 at the current interbank exchange rate gets you USD 4, it was equal to as much as USD 4 on July 31 but only USD 4 last Monday.

Conversion Rates NGN/USD

1 NGN 0.002385 USD
50 NGN 0.119259 USD
100 NGN 0.238519 USD
200 NGN 0.477037 USD
500 NGN 1.192593 USD
1,000 NGN 2.385186 USD
3,500 NGN 8.348149 USD
5,000 NGN 11.925928 USD
10,000 NGN 23.851856 USD
100,000 NGN 238.518556 USD
Source | Last updated 18 minutes ago

Conversion Rates USD/NGN

1 USD 419.254592 NGN
50 USD 20,963 NGN
100 USD 41,925 NGN
200 USD 83,851 NGN
500 USD 209,627 NGN
1,000 USD 419,255 NGN
3,500 USD 1,467,391 NGN
5,000 USD 2,096,273 NGN
10,000 USD 4,192,546 NGN
100,000 USD 41,925,459 NGN
Source | Last updated 18 minutes ago

Key facts about NGN and USD

  • About the Nigerian naira

    Nigerian naira
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Kobo
    Central Bank:
    Central Bank of Nigeria
  • About the US dollar

    US dollar
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Cent
    Central Bank:
    Federal Reserve Bank
    United States, American Samoa
    Rank in the most traded currencies:

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