Exchange Rate remains stable as Russia-Ukraine war triggers fear of Naira depreciation
The exchange rate at the I&E window remained stable on Tuesday to close at N416.67/$1, despite a 51.32% increase in forex turnover to $121.5 million. A sum of $201.86 million has been traded in the official Investors and Exporters window so far this week
Meanwhile, the exchange rate at the parallel market gained marginally on Tuesday to close at N579/$1, representing a 0.17% appreciation compared to N580/$1 recorded in the previous trading session.
On the other hand, the exchange rate at the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) forex market depreciated by 0.49% to trade at a minimum of N575.46/$1 in the early hours on Wednesday, 2nd March 2022 compared to N572.6/$1
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