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6 Apr 2017
Despite the moves by the Central Bank of Nigeria to improve dollar liquidity, the naira weakened against the dollar at the parallel market on Wednesday to about 398 naira to the dollar.
28 Mar 2017
Naira gains strength at parallel market.
23 Mar 2017
The interventions by the Central Bank of Nigeria has significantly improved the convergence between the official and parallel market rates, as the naira continues to firm at the parallel market.
10 Jan 2017
Nigeria's Central Bank plans to meet bureau de change operators today to explore ways to eliminate the gap between the official and parallel market dollar rates.

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