Nigeria’s foreign exchange reserve stood at $30.25 billion by June 28, down 0.36 percent from a month ago, central bank data showed on Friday.
The reserves showed a 14.8 percent rise from a year ago, when they stood at $26.34 billion. Nigeria’s dollar reserves have risen slightly this year thanks to the rise in global oil prices.
The OPEC member country has added $4.2 billion to its reserves since the beginning of the year. Foreign reserves stood at $26.09 billion at the beginning of the year.
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