Kenya Shilling Seen Extending Decline as Price Swings Narrow

  • Central Bank intervention sustaining narrow trading range
  • Economic fundamentals not in favor of currency strength

Kenya’s shilling is poised to extend declines after price swings in the currency dropped to the lowest level in more than five years as the nation’s central bank intervened in the market, according to traders including  Joshua Anene at Commercial Bank of Africa.

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