Dollar to Naira, Pounds to Naira, Euro to Naira Black Market Exchange Rates Today 26 February 2024

Dollar to Naira black market exchange rate today

What is the Dollar to Naira Exchange Rate at the , the Pounds to naira black market Today and the also known as the (Aboki FX)? 

Please find below the black market exchange rate for the on February 26, 2024. These are the rates at which you can exchange your dollar for Naira.

How much is a Naira to dollar today in the black market? Dollar to Naira Exchange Rate Today in the Black Market (Aboki Rate):


Today, February 26, 2024:

Dollars to Nairas () Black Market Exchange Rate Today

  • Buying Rate: N1695
  • Selling Rate: N1705

Pounds to Naira black market Today.

The British Pounds to Naira exchange rate is as follows.

  • Buying Rate: N2590
  • Selling Rate: N2600

Euro To Naira today black market

The Euro To Naira black market exchange rate today is :

  • Buying Rate: N1890
  • Selling Rate: N1916

While the Central Bank of Nigeria () sets the official foreign exchange rate, transactions happening outside authorized channels, like the parallel market, operate independently. It is recommended to use authorized channels like banks for foreign exchange transactions.

Also See : Black Market Dollar rate to Naira Exchange today 22 February 2024

Dollar to Naira CBN Rate Today:


Dollar to Naira (USD to NGN) CBN Rate Today

  • Buying Rate: N1,500
  • Selling Rate: N1,504

Euro to Naira CBN Rate Today:


Today (CBN rates)

  • Buying Rate: N1,494
  • Selling Rate: N1,493

Pounds to Naira Today

Pounds to NGN CBN Rate Today

  • Buying Rate: N1,886
  • Selling Rate: N1,887

Euro to Naira Today

Euro to Naira exchange rate Today

  • Buying Rate: N1,612
  • Selling Rate: N1,613

Please be advised that the rates at which you buy or sell forex may differ from those displayed in this article due to price fluctuations.

Meanwhile, at the , popularly referred to as the Black Market, the exchange rate between the US dollars and the Naira concluded at 1650 per dollar yesterday, as reported by sources in the Bureau De Change (BDC).


Profit-Taking Spurs N1.988 Trillion Loss in Nigerian Equities Market in One Week

At the conclusion of the trading week, investors in the Nigerian equities market suffered a huge loss of about N1.988 trillion. The domestic bourse grappled with substantial selling pressure, resulting in a decline of 3.44% and settling the benchmark index at 102,088.30 points. This marks a notable decrease from the week’s opening position of 105,722.78 points on Monday.

Market analysts attribute this downturn to investors seizing the opportunity to capitalize on profits following a remarkable bullish rally observed in recent times.

According to available statistics from Nairametrics, the All-Share Index, a broad indicator of Nigerian stock performance, started the week at 105,722.78 index points on February 19, 2024, and concluded the week at 102,088.30 points on February 23, reflecting a loss of 3,634.48 basis points or 3.44%.


Further analysis reveals that activities on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), beginning the week with a market capitalization of N57.849 trillion, closed the week at N55.861 trillion. This results in a week-to-date loss of about N1.988 trillion.

Despite the overall downturn, specific sectors showed resilience, with NGX ASem, NGX Consumer Goods, and NGX Oil and Gas appreciating by 11.66%, 2.01%, and 0.01%, respectively.


Key Market Statistics:

  • Total turnover: 1.377 billion shares
  • Total value: N31.584 billion
  • Total deals: 42,040

The Financial Services Industry led the activity chart, contributing 69.77% and 53.33% to the total equity turnover volume and value, respectively. Other notable sectors contributing to the turnover include the Conglomerates Industry and the Oil and Gas Industry.

The top three stocks, Transnational Corporation Plc, FBN Holdings Plc, and Guaranty Trust Holding Company Plc, accounted for 24.96% and 29.86% of the total equity turnover volume and value, respectively, through trading.


Amidst the weekly fluctuations in the market, fourteen stocks saw an increase, sixty-six saw a decrease, and seventy-four saw no change. This is a change from the week before, when thirty-five stocks increased, fifty-one declined, and sixty-eight stocks stayed the same.



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