Saudi Arabian Riyal is one of the commonly traded currencies with Nigerian Naira. It is also one of the 8 currencies being announced by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on daily basis.
In 2017, Central Bank of Nigeria announced lowest Saudi Arabian Riyal (SAR) to Nigerian Naira (NGN) exchange rate as 1 SAR = 81.2856 ₦ on 12th of January and highest rate as 1 SAR = 82.1268 ₦ on 23rd of March.
In 2017, the lowest spot exchange rate on foreign exchange markets is seen as 1 Saudi Arabian Riyal (SAR) equals to 81,0548 Nigerian Naira (NGN) on 6th of January, and the highest spot exchange rate is seen as 1 Saudi Arabian Riyal (SAR) equals to 98,3902 Nigerian Naira (NGN) on 2nd of September.
The official currency of Saudi Arabia is Saudi Arabian Riyal. SAR is the currency code for Saudi Arabian Riyal. The symbol used for Saudi Arabian Riyal is ﷼. Synonyms for Saudi Arabian Riyal are Riyal, Saudi Riyal. 1 Saudi Arabian Riyal equals 100 halalas, halala is the minor of Saudi Arabian Riyal.
There are Saudi Arabian Riyal to Naira exchange rates for Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), and Foreign Exchange Market as the spot exchange rate updated daily in NgnRates.com. Nigerians prefer money transfer services Western Union and Moneygram to transfer Saudi Arabian Riyal currency to their country. In NgnRates.com you can find daily transfer rates for Saudi Arabian Riyal to Naira through Moneygram.