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  • China Warns of Retaliation if U.S. Slaps New Tariffs

China will be forced to retaliate if the United States implements any new tariff measures, China’s commerce ministry warned on Thursday, as the world’s two biggest economies remain locked in an intensifying trade war.

Global markets were on edge after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened fresh tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese imports.

“If the United States, regardless of opposition, adopts any new tariff measures, China will be forced to roll out necessary retaliatory measures,” ministry spokesman Gao Feng told a regular news conference.

China will closely monitor the impact from any fresh tariffs and adopt strong measures to help Chinese or foreign firms operating in China to overcome difficulties, said Gao.

The Trump administration is ready to move ahead with a next round of tariffs after a public comment period ends at midnight in Washington on Thursday, but the timing is uncertain, people familiar with the administration’s plans told Reuters.

The new duties will start to hit consumer products directly, including furniture, lighting products, tires, bicycles and car seats for babies.

China and the United States have already slapped tit-for-tat tariffs on $50 billion of each other’s goods, spooking financial markets in recent months as investors and policy makers worried the bitter trade war could derail global growth.

Trump is demanding Beijing improve market access and intellectual property protections for U.S. companies, cut industrial subsidies and slash a $375 billion trade gap.

Markets fear any fresh U.S. duties on Chinese imports will mark a major escalation in the trade dispute between the world’s two economic giants, potentially causing significant drag on global business investment, trade and growth.

In August, China unveiled a proposed list of retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion of U.S. goods ranging from liquefied natural gas to certain types of aircraft, in response to the U.S. measures.

Trump said on Wednesday that the United States was not yet ready to come to an agreement over trade disputes with China but he said talks would continue.

CEO/Founder Investors King Ltd, a foreign exchange research analyst, contributing author on New York-based Talk Markets and Investing.com, with over a decade experience in the global financial markets.

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Exchange Rate in Nigeria Today; Thursday, June 24, 2021

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The Nigerian Naira exchange rates to the United States Dollar and other currencies remained pressured as economic uncertainties amid weak macro-economic fundamentals continue to weigh on the currency outlook.

The local currency traded at N500 to a United States Dollar on the Parallel Market known as Black Market on Thursday morning. Against the British Pound, the Naira exchanged at N710 and N595 billion to a Euro.

Nigeria’s rising inflation rate, unemployment rate, weak new job creation and low earnings drag on consumer spending, retail sales and economic growth in general. The weak household income and rising import cost in a largely import-dependent nation have continued to hurt demand and business activities in general. See the Naira Exchange rate below.

Naira Black Market Exchange Rates

Morning * Midday** Evening *** Final Rates

Date USD GBP EURO YUAN Canadian Australian
NGN BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL
24/06/2021 495/500 705/710 590/595 62/69 400/410 300/322
23/06/2021 495/500 705/710 585/592 62/69 400/410 300/322
22/06/2021 495/500 703/713 585/595 62/69 400/410 300/322
21/06/2021 495/500 703/710 585/592 62/69 400/410 300/325
18/06/2021 492/498 700/710 585/595 62/69 400/410 300/325
17/06/2021 483/493 700/710 590/600 62/69 400/410 300/322
16/06/2021 497/502 707/713 600/606 62/69 400/410 300/322

Bureau De Change Naira Rates

Date USD GBP EURO
NGN BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL
24/06/2021 485/495 700/718 580/605
23/06/2021 485/495 700/718 580/605
22/06/2021 485/495 700/718 580/605
21/06/2021 480/490 680/710 550/603
19/06/2021 475/490 680/715 580/603
18/06/2021 475/485 680/715 580/603
17/06/2021 478/490 690/710 590/603
16/06/2021 495/500 707/718 600/609
15/06/2021 495/500 707/718 600/609
14/06/2021 490/498 705/718 600/608

Central Bank of Nigeria’s Official Naira Rates

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Naira Falls to N500/US$1 at Black Market on Monday

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Despite efforts by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to improve dollar liquidity across the foreign exchange segments and prop up Naira value, the Nigerian Naira dipped to N500 against the United States Dollar on Monday at the nation’s black market.

Last week, the CBN announced plans to increase forex allocation to Deposit Money Banks in a bid to ensure Nigerians access forex at a fair rate and not forced to patronise the black market operators with exuberant rates.

The CBN agreed to increase the amount allocated to banks for travellers, Small and Medium Enterprises among others. The banks also agreed to operate something akin to foreign exchange imprest account such that the coffers of banks will be replenished so long as they retire the initial amounts to the satisfaction of the CBN”, stated Mr. Osita Nwanisobi, the Acting Director, Corporate Communications Department at the CBN.

The Naira quickly gained against its global counterparts, improving to N493 against the American Dollar last week before resuming its long-term bearish trend to N500/US$1 at the black market on Monday 21, June 2021.

The embattled currency depreciated in value against both the Euro and British Pound, exchanged at N590 and N710, respectively.

At the NAFEX window, the CBN new adopted official rate, the Naira traded at N411.67 to a United States Dollar on Monday while investors transacted $94.17 million during the trading hours of Monday.

At the Bureau De Exchange section of forex, Naira sold for N495 per US Dollar, N715 to a British Pound and N603 to a Euro.

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Nigerian Naira Exchange Rates; Tuesday, June 22, 2021

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 The Nigerian Naira lost N2 against the United States Dollar on Monday to N500 despite efforts by the Central Bank of Nigeria to prop the local currency value.

The embattled currency remained pressured at N710 to a British Pound and N590 to a single Euro.  Naira opened at N500 to a United States Dollar on Tuesday.

Naira Black Market Exchange Rates

Morning * Midday** Evening *** Final Rates

Date USD GBP EURO YUAN Canadian Australian
NGN BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL
22/06/2021 495/500 703/713 585/595 62/69 400/410 300/322
21/06/2021 495/500 703/710 585/592 62/69 400/410 300/325
18/06/2021 492/498 700/710 585/595 62/69 400/410 300/325
17/06/2021 483/493 700/710 590/600 62/69 400/410 300/322
16/06/2021 497/502 707/713 600/606 62/69 400/410 300/322

Bureau De Change Naira Rates

Date USD GBP EURO
NGN BUY/SELL BUY/SELL BUY/SELL
22/06/2021 485/495 700/718 580/605
21/06/2021 480/490 680/710 550/603
19/06/2021 475/490 680/715 580/603
18/06/2021 475/485 680/715 580/603
17/06/2021 478/490 690/710 590/603
16/06/2021 495/500 707/718 600/609
15/06/2021 495/500 707/718 600/609
14/06/2021 490/498 705/718 600/608

Central Bank of Nigeria’s Official Naira Rates

Date Currency Buying(NGN) Central(NGN) Selling(NGN)
6/21/2021 US DOLLAR 409.2 409.7 410.2
6/21/2021 POUNDS STERLING 567.6422 568.3358 569.0294
6/21/2021 EURO 486.5797 487.1743 487.7688
6/21/2021 SWISS FRANC 444.0586 444.6012 445.1438
6/21/2021 YEN 3.7166 3.7212 3.7257
6/21/2021 CFA 0.7231 0.7331 0.7431
6/21/2021 WAUA 583.9237 584.6372 585.3507
6/21/2021 YUAN/RENMINBI 63.2634 63.3412 63.4189
6/21/2021 RIYAL 109.1113 109.2446 109.3779
6/21/2021 SOUTH AFRICAN RAND 28.7174 28.7525 28.7876

 

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