The banking industry in Kenya is under pressure.
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"The banking industry in Kenya is under pressure and is calling for a review of the controversial interest cap law enacted in August 2016. The banks point to the adverse effect the law is having on the sector’s liquidity"
“Brokerage commissions and fees on the Nairobi Securities Exchange are brutal. Every time you buy or sell a Kenyan stock, no matter your broker, you will be charged a fee equivalent to 2.1% of the trade’s total value. Of this total fee, 1.76% of the trade value goes to your broker and 0.34% goes toward taxes and statutory fees”
"Brokerage commissions and fees are brutal on the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Here's how much they impact your return and what you can do to beat them"
Three Kenyan stocks with high yields, low debt, consistent track record, and the potential for growth.
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