During the week that the Kenyan government announced a phased reopening of the country from COVID-19 lockdown to stimulate the economy, the shilling dipped against the dollar while the Nairobi Securities Exchange lost $1.02 billion. Moreover, on Tuesday fuel prices jumped by the biggest margin since the country started controlling fuel prices in 2010. Felix Otieno, Investment Analyst at Cytonn joins CNBC Africa for more.
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