Nigeria’s External Reserves Rise To $35.72 Billion

Nigeria’s external reserve has dropped to $35.72 billion as at last Tuesday, according to data from the central bank of Nigeria

This represent a minor drop from $35.87 billion in the reserve as at last July 29

The reserve dropped to $35.59 billion last august 20, and rose to $35.66 billion on august 27

It further rose to $35.67 on September 1, and $35.81 on September 17 The reserves had been battered since last January by a sharp drop in price and demand for crude due to Covid-19 pandemic

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