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CBN Exchange Rates -RIYAL

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DateCurrencyBuying(NGN)Central(NGN)Selling(NGN)
8/28/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/27/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/26/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/25/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
8/22/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
8/21/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
8/20/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
8/19/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/18/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/15/2014RIYAL 41.254741.38841.5214
8/14/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/13/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/12/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/11/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/8/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/7/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/6/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/5/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/4/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
8/1/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/31/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
7/30/2014RIYAL 41.254741.38841.5214
7/25/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
7/24/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/23/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/22/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/21/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/18/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/17/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/16/2014RIYAL 41.25841.391441.5247
7/15/2014RIYAL 41.25841.391441.5247
7/14/2014RIYAL 41.25841.391441.5247
7/11/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/10/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/9/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/8/2014RIYAL 41.256941.390341.5236
7/7/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
7/4/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
7/3/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225
7/2/2014RIYAL 41.255841.389141.5225


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Facts : 1/16/2006
The Cowry:The Cowry has, for centuries, served our people as an important form of currency. In 1860 the following system was in use: 40 Cowries formed a "String"; 50 Strings made a "head" and 10 heads comprised a "bag". In Lagos in 1865 one bag of 20,000 shells was exchanged for one or two English Pounds.
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