Forex Market Report – March 11th, 2015

According to the Central Bank of Kenya, the home currency is now exchanging at 91 shillings and 55 cents buying, 91 shillings and 70 cents selling to the dollar.

Against the Euro, the shilling has strengthened further to trade at 97 shillings and 91 cents buying, 98 shillings and 8 cents selling.

It is exchanging at 138 shillings and 8 cents buying, 138 shillings and 30 cents selling versus the Sterling Pound.

Regionally, the Kenyan unit has slid marginally against the Rwandese Franc to exchange at 7 shillings and 78 cents buying, 7 shillings and 88 cents selling.

Against the Tanzanian shilling, the Kenyan shilling is trading at 19 shillings and 95 cents buying, 20 shillings and 9 cents selling while exchanging at 32 shillings and 74 cents buying, 32 shillings and 91 cents selling to the Ugandan shilling.