Kenyan Banks Seen Resisting Lower Loan Costs After Rate Cut

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  • Regulator does not want to use big stick to force lower rates
  • Commercial banks may have no incentive to lend, CBA says

The Central Bank of Kenya’s reduction of the benchmark rate used by lenders to set borrowing costs may have caught commercial banks by surprise but they may find ways to dodge lowering lending rates.

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