Nigeria’s External Reserves Drops To $36.3 BN

Nigeria’s external reserves has dropped to $36.3 billion as at last January 27, according to data from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)

The figure is lower than $36.52 billion last January 25, but higher than $36, 23 billion last January 21

The rise of the external reserves from the level of $34.94 billion at the end of November 2020

The rise had been blamed on the improved crude oil prices, partial global economy recovery and the discovery of Covid 19 vaccine Last October 30, the reserve was $35.58 billion from $35.6 billion in September

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