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Kenyan shilling stable, forecast to ease due to excess liquidity

NAIROBI (Reuters) – The Kenyan shilling was stable against the dollar on Wednesday and was forecast to ease due to excess liquidity in the money markets, traders said.

At 0914 GMT, commercial banks quoted the shilling at 103.10/30 per dollar, the same as Tuesday’s close.

………………………Shilling spot rates

<0#KESF=>…………………Shilling forward rates

…………………..Cross rates

…………………………….Local contributors

…………………..Central Bank of Kenya Index

<KE/DEBT>…………………Kenyan Bonds contributor pages

……………Treasury bill yields

………………Central bank open market operations

…………………….Horizontal repo transactions

,…………….Daily interbank lending rate

<0#KETSYSTR=>………………………..Kenya Bond pricing

……………………………NSE-20 Share Index

……………………………NSE-25 Share Index

……………………………NSE All Share Index

………………………FT NSE Kenya 15 Index

…………………….. FT NSE Kenya 25 Index

SPEED GUIDES:

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(Reporting by John Ndiso; Editing by George Obulutsa)

Kenya Central Bank Governor Patrick Njoroge displays the newly designed Kenyan shilling bank notes during a news conference at the Central Bank in Nairobi

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