NAIROBI, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Kenya's central bank said on Monday it was in the repurchase agreements (repos) market to mop up 7 billion shillings ($82.4 million) in excess liquidity.
The central bank has been actively soaking up liquidity using repos most of this year, stabilising the shilling after a dramatic slide last year that caused the central bank to adopt a tight monetary policy stance.
The shilling is up 0.1 percent against the dollar in the year to date. ($1 = 84.9500 Kenyan shillings)
(Reporting by Kevin Mwanza; editing by George Obulutsa)
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Keywords: KENYA MARKETS/REPO