Dollar to Naira black market rate today Wednesday, 10th July 2019

Dollar to Naira black market rate today Wednesday, 10th July 2019

Naira fixed against dollars, gains against others
Wetinberate.com  Dollar to Naira black market rate today Wednesday, 10th July 2019

Dollar to Naira black market rate today Wednesday, 10th July 2019

Dollar to Naira black market rate today Wednesday, 10th July 2019 is N358/N361.  The Exchange rate of dollar to naira has seen the NGN Naira have mixed fortunes against the USD Dollars during the course of last year. At a point last year 1 USD to 1 NGN black market rate was as high as N500/N525. However, the naira exchange rate to major world currencies in the parallel market took an upward turn after the apex bank implemented policies in a bid to save the naira. 1 USD to 1 NGN black market rate stood at  N358/N361 at the start of the day, showing no changes for the Naira against the dollar. Also, the Naira recorded minor changes against other major currencies, closing at N402/N407   and N457/N463 against the Euro and Pounds respectively from N403/N408   and N457/N463 from yesterday.

Dollar to Naira black market rate today Monday, 8th July 2019

Dollar to Naira black market rate today Wednesday, 10th July 2019

Dollar to Naira black market rate today Wednesday, 10th July 2019

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has just released a list of licensed Micro-finance Banks (MFBs) in Nigeria as of June 30th, 2019.

According to the list which was released on Monday, only 908 micro-finance banks have licenses to operate in the country. If your Micro-finance Bank is not on this list, you may need to start considering jumping ship.

With the latest list released by the Central Bank, it means ten more microfinance banks were licensed between March and June 2019. Earlier in March, the apex bank disclosed that only 898 microfinance banks were licensed.

The number of MFB Banks in States: In the latest list of licensed microfinance banks (MFB), Lagos State recorded the highest number of microfinance banks with 174, followed by Anambra with 78 Microfinance banks.

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Other states with more than twenty microfinance banks include – Oyo (55), Abuja (51), Ogun (48), Kano (47), Imo (37), Osun (30), Niger (26), Katsina (24), Enugu (24), Kaduna (23), Edo (22) and Kwara (21) respectively.

Some of the listed Microfinance Banks:

  • AACB MFB
  • AB MFB
  • ABC MFB
  • ABESTONE MFB
  • ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY MFB
  • ABIGI MFB
  • ABOVE ONLY MFB
  • ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UNIVERSITY (ATBU) M
  • ABUCOOP MFB
  • ABULESORO MFB LTD
  • ACCION MFB
  • ACE MFB
  • ACHINA MFB
  • ACTIVE-POINT MFB
  • ADA MFB
  • ADAZI NNUKWU MFB
  • ADAZI-ENU MFB
  • ADDOSSER MFB
  • ADEYEMI COLLEGE STAFF MFB
  • AFEKHAFE MFB……