In Q1 2021, the Nairobi Securities Exchange recorded a 20.88 per cent increase in market capitalization to $22.5 billion registered from $18.6 Billion in Q1. 2020, this is according to Capital Markets Authority. Moreover, the Central Bank of Kenya has invited bids for re-opened 15-year treasury bonds and new 25- year treasury bonds, all worth a total of $278 million to raise funds to support budgetary spending. Justin Mwangi, Investment Analyst at Cytonn joins CNBC Africa for more.
Wed Apr 28 2021 | 10:14:24 AM