Kenyan Equities: Going Neutral, Short Term

June 2009
Emerging Markets Monitor;6/1/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p21
Country Report
The article reports on the performance of the Nairobi Stock Exchange-20 (NSE-20) equity index of Kenya, as of April 2009. It explores the slow gains of the NSE-20 equity index. It also offers a look at the medium-term bearish market status. It also reveals the increasing risks facing the banking industry, with the growth of non-performing loans.


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