This country's currency is sliding, attracting the attention of global investors—and the move may presage more global currency pain ahead.» Read More
NAIROBI, Oct 1- The Kenyan shilling. So more liquidity in the market, more spending, more importing, more pressure on the shilling, "said Peter Mutuku, a trader at Bank of Africa. GDP figures show that the economy is slowing down, so you will probably see the MPC trying to give some impetus to the economy, "said Chris Muiga, a trader at Kenya Commercial Bank.
NAIROBI, Oct 1- Kenya's central bank sought to absorb 12 billion shillings in excess liquidity through repurchase agreements, it said on Monday.
*If successful, would be Tullow's second oil discovery in Kenya. NAIROBI, Oct 1- British explorer Tullow Oil Plc and its Canadian partner Africa Oil Corp started drilling a third well in Kenya, extending a campaign to discover more reserves after finding oil in the east African country earlier this year.
*NAIROBI- Industry regulator Tea Board of Kenya releases performance report. global growth, with data from Japan to China underscoring sluggish business. weakness in China and Japan as well as persistent worries about the.
NAIROBI, Oct 1- Egypt's Citadel Capital could be an investor in Uganda's proposed $2.5 billion oil refinery project, the Egyptian private equity firm's managing director said.
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Frontier markets grabbed the headlines Monday after Kenya’s biggest IPO sent shares of one stock surging 60%. But is the risk worth the reward?
Kenya is the regional hub for trade and finance in East Africa. Agricultural output was reduced by a severe drought in 1999 and 2000, and recovery has been limited by widespread governmental corruption and by low prices for several primary exports. The International Monetary Fund has repeatedly suspended loans to Kenya (in 1997, 2001, and 2006) because of corruption, but GDP grew more than 5% in 2006.