By Kevin Mwanza NAIROBI (Reuters) – The Kenyan shilling firmed on Tuesday helped by tea sector dollar inflows after the weekly auction, while shares rallied for the third straight session. The shilling was posted at 85.70/90 per dollar at the 1300 GMT market close, 0.2 percent stronger than Monday's close of 85.85/86.05. Tea is Kenya's leading foreign currency earner and is sold at the port city of Mombasa every Tuesday. Exporters typically convert their dollar earnings into shillings to pay farmers and cover operational expenses. "Tea exporters were in the market selling dollars. …
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