Kenya Central Bank holds rate as economy picks up

“Kenya’s central bank agreed to keep its interest rate steady during its November meeting, as East Africa’s largest economy expects to recover from COVID-19 disruptions in the second half of this year. The monetary policy committee maintained its benchmark rate at 7% for the sixth straight meeting since March, when it eased the policy environment to deal with the effects of the global pandemic.”

via African Business Magazine
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