Euro to Naira Exchange Rate in Black Market Today
The Euro to Naira Black Market rate for today in Lagos, Nigeria is ₦ 1260.00 as of 05 December 2023.
1 EUR = ₦ 1270.00
To change the Euro to Naira using the parallel market rate for various sums is shown below.
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How much is Euro to Naira rate in the Black (Parallel) Market Today
The rates often vary slightly from city to city in Nigeria, such as Abuja, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Kano, and Calabar. Usually, this difference is not more than ₦ 2.00.
1 Euro – ₦ 1270
5 Euro – ₦6 350
10 Euro – ₦ 12 700
50 Euro – ₦ 63 500
100 Euro – ₦ 127 000
150 Euro – ₦ 190 500
200 Euro – ₦ 254 000
500 Euro – ₦ 635 000
1000 Euro – ₦ 1 270 000
2000 Euro – ₦ 2 540 000
5000 Euro – ₦ 6 350 000
10000 Euro – ₦ 12 700 000
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Buying and Selling Black Market Terminologies Defined
The buying rate refers to the amount in Naira that one receives after exchanging his/her 1 Euro in any market segment: the Central Bank of Nigeria, FX Market, Nigerian Banks, Western Union, MoneyGram, or from the black market traders.
The selling rate is the reverse of the buying rate which is the value the traders in the above markets will sell 1 Euro to you when you pay in Naira, and it is always higher than the buying rate.
Transacting in foreign currencies requires a clear understanding of these basic terminologies.
The Euro (EUR)
The Euro (EUR) is generally accepted as a universal currency for international trade in Nigeria. A subunit of the EUR is known as 1 Cent, and the symbols of Cent and Dollar are (¢) and € respectively.
Euro is the monetary unit and currency of the European Union( EU). It is issued by the European Central Bank for use by countries in the eurozone. The eurozone consists of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
The Nigeria Naira (NGN)
The official currency used by Nigeria is known as the Naira and its subunit is called 1 kobo. The Central Bank of Nigeria issues and regulates the currency. The symbol for the Naira is ₦, while the code is NGN.