Zambian Kwacha Rebounds From Record as Central Bank IntervenesBy
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Zambia’s kwacha advanced for the first time in six days as the central bank sold dollars for a second day to arrest the currency’s slump to a record against the greenback, according to David Willacy, a currency trader at Intl. FCStone Europe.
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