The financial organization of African nation (CBN), Monday, continuing its intervention within the inter-bank interchange market with the injection of $195m.
Figures discharged by the CBN show that it offered the whole add of $100million to the wholesale section, whereas the tiny and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) section received the add of $50 million.
The invisible section, comprising tuition fees, medical payments and Basic allowance (BTA), among others, received $45 million.
Confirming the figures, the Bank’s Acting Director, company Communications Department, who is Mr. Isaac Okorafor, said that the injection was in line with the CBN’s pledge of constructing the Forex market liquid.
Mr. Okorafor reiterated that “the CBN remained determined to attain its objective of rates convergence, therefore the consistent intervention within the interchange market.
He urged Deposit cash Banks to solely honour requests from customers with real wants, noting that the Bank doesn’t shall falter in its pledge to confirm liquidity within the forex market.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian monetary unit continuing to keep up its stability within the FOREX market, exchanging at a median of N363/$1 within the BDC section of the market on weekday, October 9, 2017.