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Kenya still owes Kenya more money. Our government’s domestic debt has increased by KES 112.3 billion to KES 971.2 billion up from KES 858.8 billion at the end of June 2012.
A bond is an instrument through which a government or corporate body can borrow money from the public with a promise to reimburse the investor. The money is
A bond is a debt instrument used by corporations, governments or municipals to borrow from many people at one time in order to raise their financial capital. They
Starting tomorrow the 3rd of October, Government of Kenya Treasury Bonds listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) will be measured by the new FTSE NSE Kenyan Shilling
The falling interest rates offered by treasury bills are set to switch investors towards more attractive bonds and equities at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, analysts say. “The fall in
Consolidated Bank’s 1.7 billion shilling bond commenced trading at the Nairobi Securities Exchange yesterday becoming the first corporate bond to be listed on the Kenyan market this year. The bond closed
Investors will have to wait eleven days for Consolidated Bank’s corporate bond listing on the NSE. According to a press release from the company, the listing has been
Anyone can invest in bonds as long as they hold an account with any local commercial bank. The minimum amount needed to invest in a bond is Ksh100,000. Government
A bond is an investment through which a financial institution borrows money from an individual for a specified amount of time at a fixed or floating interest rate.
The Consolidated Bank of Kenya plans to issue a medium term bond for the sake of meeting supplementary capital as well as onward lending to its clients. The