In 1995, the Central Bank of Nigeria introduced what was supposed to be an autonomous foreign exchange market. The intention was to make it easier to sell foreign exchange to end-users through authorised dealers and at a rate set by the market. Back then, the official exchange rate was being held at a constant N22 to the US dollar , even as market rates traded at up to 4 times higher. Successive central bank governors were responsible for introducing different exchange rates and by the middle of the 2000s, at least 4 could be discerned. for the central bank, forex bureau, the interbank market and international wires. After years of holding the exchange rate in an official band of N197 to N199 to the dollar, post-2008 the government came under pressure to fully deregulate the foreign exchange market due to falling oil prices and an uncertain global trading climate.
western union dollar to naira exchange rate
1000 dollars to naira
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