Euro to Naira Black Market Rate

Updated on 19:45 27/11/2020
EURO (EUR)EURNGNSell: 580 0.00%Buy: 570Naira to Euro Exchange Rate₦ 1 = € 0.00175
Previous Day Comparison
% Change
0.00%
Last 30 Days High/Low
Highest
₦ 580 on 27/11/2020
Lowest
₦ 540 on 06/11/2020
2020 High/Low
Highest
₦ 580 on 27/11/2020
Lowest
₦ 390 on 26/02/2020

Euro to Naira Black Market (Lagos) Rate Chart

Daily Euro to Naira Black Market (Lagos) Review

EURO is being traded at ₦580 in Black Market (Lagos) today, November 28, 2020. EURO started this week at ₦565 in Black Market on Monday, November 23, 2020. This equals to a 2.65% rise for to Naira exchange rate for this week so far.

To have a monthly quick review, we see that EUR rate started November at ₦540 on Monday, November 02, 2020. With being traded at ₦580 now, we see a 7.41% rise for to Naira exchange rates for this November.

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Convert Euro to Naira in Black Market

EuroNaira
1 Euro to Naira₦ 580
5 Euros to Naira₦ 2,900
10 Euros to Naira₦ 5,800
20 Euros to Naira₦ 11,600
50 Euros to Naira₦ 29,000
100 Euros to Naira₦ 58,000
200 Euros to Naira₦ 116,000
500 Euros to Naira₦ 290,000
1000 Euros to Naira₦ 580,000
2000 Euros to Naira₦ 1,160,000
5000 Euros to Naira₦ 2,900,000

Euro to Naira Black Market sell rates are used in calculating the Euro to Naira conversion table.

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Nigerian NairaEURO

Naira to Euro Black Market Rate

  • Sell: ₦ 1 = € 0.00175
  • Buy: ₦ 1 = € 0.00172
  • Previous Day Comparison
    • Change: € 0
    • % Change: 0.00%

Convert Naira to Euro in Black Market

NairaEuro
1 Naira to Euro€ 0.0018
5 Nairas to Euro€ 0.0088
10 Nairas to Euro€ 0.0175
20 Nairas to Euro€ 0.035
50 Nairas to Euro€ 0.0875
100 Nairas to Euro€ 0.175
200 Nairas to Euro€ 0.35
500 Nairas to Euro€ 0.875
1000 Nairas to Euro€ 1.75
5000 Nairas to Euro€ 8.75

Euro to Naira Black Market buy rates are used in calculating the Naira to Euro conversion table.

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