NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenyan shares rose for the fifth straight session about Tuesday because investors bet about sturdy results whenever the firm earnings season kicks off upcoming week, whilst the shilling slipped. The benchmark share index ticked up 0.7 % to 4,483.62 points. The index is up 7.7 % thus far this year, extending last year's 29 % gain. "Last year became a advantageous year for many companies because the shilling stabilised, inflation fell plus interest rates came down. Investors anticipate advantageous results," mentioned Faith Atiti, an analyst at NIC Securities. …
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