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Dollar To Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today 22nd March 2023


The Dollar To Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today for 22nd March 2023 has been highlighted here on Ejes Gist News Nigeria


Here is the current to naira rate . See today’s &   Dollar to Naira Exchange rate today at aboki fx and the black market. You can change your at these rate or convert to naira at the latest black market rate or parallel market.


So many Nigerians prefer to exchange their foreign currencies especially the US Dollars to naira using the black market because the exchange rate is very high compared to what the bank offers. If you want to know the current black market rate, here is the page to find that.


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Aboki fx Black Market   has also been added here so you can easily verify each of the rate for the currencies you want to exchange in the parallel markets. Aboki fx is the most trusted source for Exchange Rate Today. You can find their exchange rate for today here.


Exchange rate Yesterday 21st February 2023

The to Naira Black Market Exchange rate closed on Tuesday 21st, February 2023 at an average of N745/$1.

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This is according to information obtained by Ejes Gist News Nigeria from black market traders and Aboki exchange Operators.


1 Rate Today 22nd March 2023.

black market () USD to naira black market today 
Buying Rate ₦ 745
Selling Rate ₦ 750


Therefore, 1000 naira to dollar will give you N748,000.

How much is Euro to naira today in black market.

Euro to naira today (€) Euro to naira today black market exchange rate.
Buying ₦ 790
Selling ₦ 802




How much is Pound to naira today in black market.

Pound to naira today (£) pound to naira today black market exchange rate.
Buying ₦ 900
Selling ₦ 920


The Canadian is N688/1c$


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What is the current Black Market Dollar To Naira Exchange Rate Today or the parallel market? Well, it may interest you,  how much is dollar to naira Black Market Exchange rate for today  sometimes varies hugely from the rate in Central Bank of Nigeria website (

Dollar to Naira Black Market Exchange rate

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The price listed above is the current USD to Naira exchange rate. We will always update the latest rate on a daily basis to keep you informed. Dollar to Naira Exchange Rate is the current exchange equivalent of the United States Dollar. Rate varies for various banks and parallel markets.


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How Much is 1 dollar to naira Official Exchange Rate Today

Parallel exchange rate (black market) exchange rate is always different from CBN rate. Currently, Naira is trading at 452 Naira Per Dollar. The Nigerian Economy is drastically affected by the Dollar to Naira Black Market Exchange rate.

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1 (USD to NGN) Today
Buying Rate 460.23
Selling Rate 464..42


  • 1 Euro to naira today official rate is 486 per €1
  • 1 Pounds to naira today official rate is N546 per 1£


Banks in Nigeria sell dollars between 545 to 569 to a dollar.


Dollar To Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today
Graphic of Dollars and Nairas

As Naira is falling, inflation takes over the economy which usually affects the citizens. Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele has said that the Nigerian Economy needs a massive turnaround and has urged Nigerians to work towards it.

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The black market commonly referred to as Aboki market rate for dollars is usually higher than the exchange rate at the banks which is usually regulated by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The CBN Exchange rate is the rate you can buy or sell dollars for naira listed on CBN website while are from aboki fx exchangers.


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However, USD to Naira bank rate is the rate you use when purchasing something from foreign websites using your Naira Mastercard or Debit card from Nigerian Banks. These rate normally would always be lower than what is obtainable in the black market.

Interesting things you didn’t know about the U.S. dollar

You know that our money is the United States dollar. Did you know…

-There are three parts to a dollar: the penny, the nickel, and the dime. There are 100 cents in a dollar.

-The first dollar was made in 1792. It was used in the colonies instead of the Spanish dollar, which was used before.

-The dollar is the currency that is traded the most around the world.

-The dollar is also the currency that is most often faked around the world.

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The US Dollar: A Brief History

Did you know that the history of the US dollar is pretty interesting? It was made when the Coinage Act was passed by the US government in 1792. This law made the US dollar the official currency of the country.

Since then, there have been a few changes to the dollar. For example, in 1854, the US stopped using Spanish coins and started using American ones. And in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt took the US off the gold standard. This meant that the dollar could no longer be traded for gold.

The US dollar is one of the most popular currencies in the world right now. Over 60% of all transactions between countries take place in US dollars. So the next time you spend your vacation dollars in a foreign country, you can be sure that you are using a currency that has been around for a while!

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Who Maintains the Production of US Currency?

The United States Mint is responsible for producing US dollar paper currency. It is a government agency that falls under the Treasury Department. They are responsible for producing both paper currency and coins.

Interestingly, each bill and coin’s design is determined by the president. The Mint then creates a prototype and submits it for approval to the Treasury. It is then put into production. Therefore, each bill and coin in circulation has been authorised by the president, which is why they often bear his or her image.

What are the Facts Influencing the Dollar to Naira Black Market Exchange rate for today ?

Here are some of the reasons for the dollar-to-naira exchange rate’s decline.

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Inflation Rates: It is common knowledge that inflation has a direct impact on black market exchange rates. The naira will benefit if the Nigerian economy can be stabilised and inflation is brought under control; however, if the naira continues to fall, it may indicate that food and other necessities are becoming more expensive on a daily basis.

Interest Rates: Interest rates are another tool to keep an eye on. If the interest rate at which banks lend money rises, the economy will contract, and the value of the naira will fall as a result.

Government debt has the potential to affect investor confidence and, as a result, the flow of funds into the economy. If inflows are high, the naira exchange rate will rise in its favour.

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Speculators: Speculators have a significant impact on the Dollar to Naira Black Market Exchange rate for today . They hoard money in anticipation of a profit, causing the naira to fall even further.

Trade Conditions: Although Nigeria is currently running a trade deficit, favourable trade terms will lead to an increase in the value of the Nigerian currency to the dollar. China, India, and the majority of Asian countries supply everything.

Black Market Dollar To Naira Exchange Rate Today



Sterling Bank among top gainers as Nigeria capital market’s value rises by 0.03%.

The Nigerian capital market closed Tuesday with N29.9 trillion equity capitalization.

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The capital market valuation rose 0.03 percent or N10.15 billion after five hours of trading today.

Monday’s market capitalization was N29.89 trillion.

The All-Share Index rose 18.64 trillion to 54,904.68 ASI from 54,886.04 the day before.

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Tuesday saw 2,987 trades of 127.74 million shares worth N1.58 billion.

This was less than the 1.17 billion shares worth N2.87 billion shareholders traded in 3,066 deals on Monday.

Linkage Assurance led the gainers with a 9.76% share price increase from N0.41kobo to N0.45kobo.

Wapic shares rose 7.89% to N0.41kobo from N0.38kobo.

Black Market Dollar To Naira Exchange Rate Today.


Champion Breweries rose N0.20kobo per share from N4.70kobo to N4.90kobo.

Sterling Bank closed at N1.54kobo, up 2.67 percent from its opening price of N1.50kobo.

Jaiz Bank’s shares rose 2.30 percent from N0.87kobo to N0.89kobo.

Ikeja Hotel led the losers with a N0.11kobo drop from N1.14kobo to N1.03 per share.

Cadbury’s share price fell N0.70kobo to N11.30kobo from N12.

UPL ended trading at N2.10kobo per share after losing N0.10kobo.

International Breweries’ share fell from N4.65kobo to N4.45kobo after trading lost N0.20kobo.

Regal Insurance fell 3.45% from N0.29kobo to N0.28kobo per share.

UBA led trading with 19.60 million shares worth N157.24 million.

Transcorp traded 14.44 million N18.50 million shares.

Fidelity Bank sold 12.73 million N65.66 million shares.

GTCO traded 10.47 million shares worth N258.23 million, while Zenith Bank traded 11.96 million worth N298.83 million.



Dollar To Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today.




What’s your Opinion on Wednesday22nd  March 2023, let us know what you think and how the Government can work with the CBN to provide reasonable USD to naira rates in the future.


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Thanks for using our platform to learn about the latest Dollar to Naira Black Market Exchange rate for today Thursday.

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