WEEKAHEAD-AFRICA-DEBT-Kenyan Treasury bill demand to fall, yields steady

April 17, 2015 9:27 AM

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NAIROBI, April 17 (Reuters) - Subscription rates for Kenyan Treasury bills are expected to slip next week as banks build up their reserves due to tightening local currency liquidity, while traders expect yields to remain steady.

The central bank will sell Treasury bills of all maturities worth a total of 8 billion shillings ($85.70 million) at two separate auctions.

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