NAIROBI, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Kenya's central bank said on Monday it intended to inject 15 billion shillings ($175 million) into the money markets using reverse repurchase agreements (repo).
Last week the bank pumped in 21.5 billion shillings in three sessions after the overnight interbank borrowing rate kept rising. It hit 12.8799 percent on Friday.
($1 = 85.4500 Kenyan shillings)
(Reporting by George Obulutsa; Editing by Duncan Miriri, John Stonestreet) Keywords: KENYA MARKETS/CBANK
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