CBK retains key lending rate at 10%

PUBLISHED: Tue, 18 Jul 2017 07:27:32 GMT
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The monetary policy committee of the central bank of Kenya voted to keep its key lending rate at 10 per cent as inflation slowed down. The MPC noted it was observing global and domestic economy in order to anchor inflationary pressures.

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