NAIRA RATE MONITOR: Dollar To Naira Black Market Rate Today

According to reports from Bureau De Change Operators, the Dollar to Naira Black Market rate today, Thursday, 28th, July, 2022 currently stands as N710/$1.

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Dollar To Naira Black Market Rate Today is N710/$1

Dollar To Naira Black Market Rate Today: Naira Falls To Record Low N710/$1 At Black Market

According to Investigations by QUICK LOAN ARENA, the Nigerian Naira continues to suffer terrible plunge with respect to the United States Dollar at the Black Market (also called Parallel Market) with its exchange rate today, Thursday 28th July, 2022 standing at N710/$1.

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Dollar To Naira Black Market Rate Today plunged to N710/$1 compared to N685/$1 recorded in the previous trading session. This is according to information obtained from Bureau De Change operators.

Tabular Form For Dollar To Naira Black Market Rate Today 

$1 N710
$5 N3,550
$10 N7,100
$15 N10,650
$20 N14,200
$30 N21,300
$40 N28,400
$50 N35,500
$75 N53,250
$100 N71,000
$200 N142,000
$500 N355,000
$750 N532,500
$1,000 N710,000

Dollar To Naira Black Market Rate today, crashed to N710/$1 compared to N667/$1 recorded in the previous trading session. This is according to information from Bureau De Change operators.

Despite starting the day at N675/$1, dollar to naira Black Market rate today, fell beyond the N710/$1 threshold at the black market.

The Naira has been under immense pressure in the past two weeks, falling from an average of N618 to a dollar recorded two weeks ago with very strong indications that the dollar might hit N700/$1 before the week runs out.

In the same vein, some bank users who have FX in their domiciliary account revealed that they have not been able to withdraw their funds from the bank due to tightened liquidity.

It will be recalled that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) had a year ago banned the sale of FX to BDCs citing the illegal sale as the reason behind its decision. At that time, the exchange rate was about N501/$1 with $33 billion in the country’s FX reserves.

Prior to the ban, BDC operators were a major black market, providing exchange rate support to those who could not formally access foreign currencies directly from the CBN.

Also, in an attempt to further restrict the flow of forex at the parallel market, the apex bank threatened to arrest and prosecute Nigerians using naira to buy dollars last week.

The CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, during the recent Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting in Lagos, said, “For those taking money from banks to buy dollars, it is illegal to do so. If the security agencies hold you, you will know the implication of that”.

Reacting to the current development, BDCs in Lagos as well as other economic experts, criticised the CBN for failing to initiate policies that will help stabilize the country’s currency value in the forex market.

A BDC operator in Lagos Island who craved for anonymity, spoke to Daily Sun yesterday, said, “At this rate, I just think the dollar might get to N1000 because the CBN who did all it could in the name of illegality has not been able to come up with a solution to supply FX”

Another operator said, “The CBN ought to answer Nigerians on how it has failed to stabilize our own Naira. If they thought that they had saved Nigerians from us (BDCs), they have just started multiplying the suffering of the masses especially those who travel”.

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Mr Femi Adeoya is a Chartered Forensic Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner. He has over 20 years professional work experience in accounting, finance and business management processes. As an Accounting Software Expert, he has implemented and supervised accounting solution set up of over 50 small and medium businesses in Nigeria. As a passionate blogger, Mr Adeoya is an ardent writer and communicationist. He is the CEO of QUICK LOAN ARENA (, the number 1 loan apps review website in Nigeria. He is very passionate about the quick and instant loan industry in Nigeria and has written over 200 reviews on different loan apps and digital banks in Nigeria, USA, Canada and UK.

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