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Kenya should prepare for crisis and economic slowdown after capping interest rates

OPINION

What many don’t realise, however, is that not all bank profits end up in shareholders pockets at the end of the day.

Kenya should prepare for crisis and economic slowdown after capping interest rates

By Mohamed Wehliye | 4 years ago

No, Gov't can't be broke, it's the debt

No, Gov't can't be broke, it's the debt

Kenya is not broke. The Government still has resources that it depends on and has the ability to tax. It has over six billion of foreign exchange reserves and has a rating that allows it to borrow cash.

Mohamed Wehliye | 5 years ago

CBK must go beyond taming inflation

The conduct of monetary policy by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has been guided by price stability objectives.

MOHAMED WEHLIYE | 6 years ago

Let merit determine next CBK boss

Come next week Wednesday, a new governor will take charge of the CBK.

MOHAMED WEHLIYE | 6 years ago

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