Following a meeting held today by the Monetary Policy Committee today, September 20th 2016, The Committee has lowered the Base Lending Rate to 10%. This will translate to lower interest rates offered to banks and consumers at a ma of 14%. This is aimed at boosting private sector lending according to this Committee.
The Current account deficit has fallen to 5.5% from 6.8%. This means that the government has borrowed less from the local economy.
Foreign reserves have also increased.
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