Kenyan shilling under pressure from end-month dollar demand
By Reuters | May 23rd 2019
The Kenyan shilling was under pressure on Thursday due to merchandise and oil importers buying dollars to meet their end-month obligations, traders said.
At 7 am, commercial banks quoted the shilling at 101.20/40 per dollar, compared with 101.15/35 at Wednesday's close.
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