Euro to Naira Black Market exchange rate 2021 How Much is Euro To Naira


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Euro to Naira ( Black Market ) rate

Updated on 17, 2021
EUR to NGN
Sell : ₦655:00   +1.08%
Buy : ₦645:00   +1.08%
Reverse rate | NGN to EUR 1NGN = 0.0015 EUR
Previous day comparison
Change ₦7:00
%Change +1.08%
Last 30 days High/Low
Highest ₦655:00 on 17, 2021
Lowest ₦557:00 on Nov 18, 2020
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The naira is our official currency and its accepted as a legal tender all over Nigeria.
The apex bank which is the Central Bank of Nigeria remains the only issuer of the Naira.

The Central Bank of Nigeria set the official exchange rate but truth be told only banks an few entities access this rate.

The black market exchange rate still rules the day

EUR is being traded at ₦655 in Black Market(Lagos) today, Friday, September 17, 2021. EUR has been traded at ₦625 when Black Market opened this week on Monday, September 13, 2021. This makes it 0.30% rise for Euro against Naira this week.

When we look at this month, EUR was traded at at the beginning of this September on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. As at today with EUR being traded at ₦655 we see a % for Euro to Naira exchange rate for this month.

Convert Euro to Naira at Black Market rate
Euro to Naira Naira
1 Euro ₦655:00
5 Euro ₦3,275:00
10 Euro ₦6,550:00
20 Euro ₦13,100:00
50 Euro ₦32,750:00
100 Euro ₦65,500:00
200 Euro ₦131,000:00
500 Euro ₦327,500:00
1000 Euro ₦655,000:00
2000 Euro ₦1,310,000:00
5000 Euro ₦3,275,000:00

We have a euro to dollar conversion tool also.

This Euro to the Naira conversion tool will allow you to easily compare and contrast the live black market currency exchange rate. You have nothing to worry about with our tools as they are always accurate.

When you talk about Euro, you are talking about a currency that is used in all The Eurozone states which consists of 19 countries and they as follows :

Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Estonia, Spain, Cyprus and Malta.

This means with the Euro in your hand you can do business with any body or organisation in these countries

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