Kenya’s Monetary Policy Committee has, for the second time maintained the central bank rate at 10 per cent, citing moderate inflationary pressures and continued uncertainty in the global macroeconomic environment. The Central Bank has projected a 5.7 per cent growth in Kenya’s economy down from an earlier 5.9 per cent; elsewhere, listed supermarket chain Uchumi has narrowed its net loss by 17 per cent for the full year period ended June 30th 2016 to Ksh2.8 billion. John Ndua, Investment Analyst at Cytonn Investments joins CNBC Africa to discuss market movements in the Kenyan market.