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Shilling stable as business resumes for new year

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By Reuters | January 4th 2020

The Kenyan shilling was stable on Friday with inflows from remittances and offshore investors buying government debt meeting dollar demand from merchandise importers, traders said.

In early trading, commercial banks quoted the shilling at 100.90/101.10 per dollar, the same as Thursday’s close.

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