The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Monday, injected another $240 million into the nation’s Foreign Exchange Market to sustain naira’s gains against the dollar and other hard currencies. 
 
Of that amount, $90  was to meet requests for invisibles such as BTA/PTA, medical and school fees.
 
The balance of $150 million was given to authorized forex dealers in the interbank wholesale auction window. 
 
The bank’s Acting Director in charge of Corporate Communications, Isaac Okorafor, confirmed the figures, disclosing that the CBN had adjusted BDC sale days to Tuesdays only to reduce logistical difficulties.