Kenyan shilling steady, seen supported by bond sale

April 1, 2015 9:53 AM

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NAIROBI, April 1 (Reuters) - Kenya's shilling was little changed on Wednesday, with dollar demand in the interbank market offset by central bank liquidity mop ups and hard currency inflows from investors preparing to buy a bond.

By 0920 GMT, commercial banks quoted the shilling at 92.35/55 to the dollar, barely changed from Monday's close of 92.35/45. Sheikh Mehran, head of trading at I&M Bank, said there was early dollar demand by banks in the interbank market but the volumes were thin. "The market is in a holiday mood at ...

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