Kenya’s Central Bank to Meet End of June

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Central Bank of Kenya Kisumu Branch I Khusoko

The Central Bank of Kenya’s (CBK) Monetary Policy Committee is expected to Meet the end of June. 

In its last meeting, the MPC retained the benchmark lending rate at seven percent to support the economy.

“The Committee noted that the policy measures adopted in March and April were having the intended effect in the economy and are still being transmitted. The MPC concluded the current accommodative monetary policy stance, therefore, remains appropriate,” noted CBK.