Exchange Rate in Kenya
Inflation fell to a ten-month low of 7.9% in April (March: 9.2%) on more moderate increases in prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages. In 2023, inflation is expected to average slightly above last year’s level. Currency depreciation and spikes in food prices in response to adverse weather conditions remain upside risks.
Kenya Exchange Rate Chart
Kenya Exchange Rate Data
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