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Forex

The exchange rate released by the Central Bank of Kenya is an indicative rate, meant to help those exchanging currencies gauge the value of the shilling on any given day.

The Central Bank does not set the exchange rate; it is determined by the market, or supply and demand. Individual forex bureaus and commercial banks set their own rates, which are held to reasonable levels of variance and margins due to competition in the market.

Typically, consumers looking to exchange smaller amounts will find more favourable rates at forex bureaus, while those looking to exchange larger amounts through foreign accounts will find better rates at commercial banks.

Find information about historical exchange rates HERE.

Key CBK Indicative Exchange Rates (Date : 20-07-2018)



CBK Indicative Rates



Foreign Exchange Bureau Rates



CBK Indicative Rates Currency Converter
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Key CBK Indicative Exchange Rates
US DOLLAR 100.7333
STG POUND 130.8058
EURO 116.8642
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Posted On: 20-07-2018
Key Rates
Central Bank Rate 9.50% 19/03/2018
Inter-Bank Rate 3.40% 19/07/2018
CBK Discount Window 15.50% 19/03/2018
91-Day T-Bill 7.656% 23/07/2018
REPO 7.15% 04/07/2018
Inflation Rate 4.28% June,2018
Lending Rate 13.49% March,2018
Savings Rate 6.85% March,2018
Deposit Rate 8.16% March,2018
KBRR 8.9% 25/07/2016