Kenya will sell five-year and 10-year Treasury bonds worth a total 30 billion shillings ($289 million) this month, the central bank said on Friday.
The bank said in a statement it would receive bids for the bonds between August 7 and 22 and auction the two bonds on Aug. 23.
The five-year bond will have a market-determined coupon, while the reopened 10-year bond has a 12.966 per cent coupon, the central bank said.
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