Cedi to Naira FX Market Rate

Updated on 10:15 27/11/2020
Ghanaian Cedi (GHS)GHSNGN64.466 -0.32%Naira to Cedi Exchange Rate₦ 1 = GH¢ 0.01551
Previous Day Comparison
Change
-₦ 0.2079
% Change
-0.32%
Last 30 Days High/Low
Highest
₦ 66.144936 on 30/10/2020
Lowest
₦ 64.348664 on 15/11/2020
2020 High/Low
Highest
₦ 67.985746 on 23/02/2020
Lowest
₦ 62.854028 on 05/01/2020

Cedi to Naira Foreign Exchange Market Rate Chart

Daily Cedi to Naira Foreign Exchange Market Review

Ghanaian Cedi is being traded at ₦64.466 in foreign exchange markets (FX markets) today, November 28, 2020. Ghanaian Cedi has been traded at ₦64.7884 when this week started on Monday, November 23, 2020. This makes a 0.50% decrease for GHS rate against Naira in FX market this week.

When we look at the whole month, we see that Ghanaian Cedi to Naira exchange rate was ₦65.3796 on Monday, November 02, 2020 at the beginning of November. With GHS being traded at ₦64.466 now, we see a 1.40% decrease for GHS to Naira exchange rates in FX markets for this November.

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Convert Cedi to Naira in FX Market

CediNaira
1 Cedi to Naira₦ 64.466
5 Cedis to Naira₦ 322.33
10 Cedis to Naira₦ 644.66
20 Cedis to Naira₦ 1,289.32
50 Cedis to Naira₦ 3,223.3
100 Cedis to Naira₦ 6,446.6
200 Cedis to Naira₦ 12,893.2
500 Cedis to Naira₦ 32,233
1000 Cedis to Naira₦ 64,466
2000 Cedis to Naira₦ 128,932
5000 Cedis to Naira₦ 322,330

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Naira to Cedi FX Market Rate

  • Value:₦ 1 = GH¢ 0.01551
  • Previous Day Comparison
    • Change: GH¢ + 0.00005
    • % Change: + 0.32%

Convert Naira to Cedi in FX Market

NairaCedi
1 Naira to CediGH¢ 0.0155
5 Nairas to CediGH¢ 0.0776
10 Nairas to CediGH¢ 0.1551
20 Nairas to CediGH¢ 0.3102
50 Nairas to CediGH¢ 0.7755
100 Nairas to CediGH¢ 1.551
200 Nairas to CediGH¢ 3.102
500 Nairas to CediGH¢ 7.755
1000 Nairas to CediGH¢ 15.51
5000 Nairas to CediGH¢ 77.55

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