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Shilling stable, amid weak dollar demand

By 0843 GMT, the shilling was quoted at 101.50/60, the same rate as Tuesday's close

A currency dealer counts Kenya shillings at a money exchange counter in Nairobi October 23, 2008.  REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

Kenya's shilling was steady on Wednesday amid weak demand for dollars as corporate business slowed ahead of Easter weekend holidays that start on Friday.

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By 0843 GMT, the shilling was quoted at 101.50/60, the same rate as Tuesday's close.

The shilling has appreciated about 0.7 percent against the dollar so far this year.

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