Kenyan shilling weaker on energy, manufacturing dollar demand

April 2, 2015 9:42 AM

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NAIROBI, April 2 (Reuters) - Kenya's shilling weakened on Thursday, undermined by dollar demand from energy and manufacturing sectors but traders said it was seen stable on dollar inflows targeting a bond sale.

At 0930 GMT, commercial banks quoted the shilling at 92.65/92.75 to the dollar, from Wednesday's close of 92.50/92.60. "There's been good corporate demand from firms in energy, oils and manufacturing sectors," said a trader at a leading commercial bank. Traders say most firms are keen to settle thei...

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