Carney may have bigger worries than the pound

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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney’s inflation problem goes beyond surging import costs.


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Consumers should expect a marginal drop in the power bills for the month of July following slight reduction in foreign exchange levy and water component of the monthly electricity bill.
Consumers should expect a marginal drop in the power bills for the month of July following slight reduction in foreign exchange levy and water component of the monthly electricity bill.
Robert Harrison was enjoying a drink with a compatriot in a Munich beer hall a few weeks before Britain’s referendum on leaving the European Union when he realized he and other Britons who stood to lo
The rare and tiny black seeds have numerous health benefits and farmers growing it say it has a ready market.
Small investors' stake to be whittled down to 1.24pc to accommodate larger Government and creditors ownership.
Firm says Uhuru overstepped his mandate by amending Bill without consulting experts.
He urged investors to employ local workers, pay them well and remit their taxes if they want to have a healthy relationship in countries where they operate.
The rare and tiny black seeds have numerous health benefits and farmers growing it say it has a ready market.
Small investors' stake to be whittled down to 1.24pc to accommodate larger Government and creditors ownership.
Firm says Uhuru overstepped his mandate by amending Bill without consulting experts.
He urged investors to employ local workers, pay them well and remit their taxes if they want to have a healthy relationship in countries where they operate.
The Anti-Counterfeit Agency (ACA) is planning to intensify consumer education and punitive measures on infringement of intellectual property laws
The Anti-Counterfeit Agency (ACA) is planning to intensify consumer education and punitive measures on infringement of intellectual property laws
The standoff between a UK mining company and the Government of Tanzania could slow down activities at a Kakamega gold mine.
Roofing sheets maker, Mabati Rolling Mills (MRM) has launched a new colour-coating plant at Mariakani. The new line will produce more than 100,000 metric tonnes of steel per year.
The standoff between a UK mining company and the Government of Tanzania could slow down activities at a Kakamega gold mine.
Roofing sheets maker, Mabati Rolling Mills (MRM) has launched a new colour-coating plant at Mariakani. The new line will produce more than 100,000 metric tonnes of steel per year.
Advisory firm Trillian has denied receiving payment for work it did not do, and says it provided various support functions for power utility Eskom.
Economists on Friday welcomed the decreased interest rates, saying that it would have a positive impact on many sectors of the economy, including agriculture, investment, and franchising.
Sportpesa has moved to court to challenge the 35 percent tax on revenue which was signed I to law by President Uhuru Kenyatta effective January next year.
Sportpesa has moved to court to challenge the 35 percent tax on revenue which was signed I to law by President Uhuru Kenyatta effective January next year.
Sportpesa has moved to court to challenge the 35 percent tax on revenue which was signed I to law by President Uhuru Kenyatta effective January next year.
Sportpesa has moved to court to challenge the 35 percent tax on revenue which was signed I to law by President Uhuru Kenyatta effective January next year.
Kenyans took on Bomet Governor Isaack Ruto management style making him one of the most discussed topics on twitter.
Kenyans took on Bomet Governor Isaack Ruto management style making him one of the most discussed topics on twitter.
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is working on tougher monetary penalties for errant commercial banks and credit reference bureaus in a bid to streamline the sector.
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is working on tougher monetary penalties for errant commercial banks and credit reference bureaus in a bid to streamline the sector.
Tanzania has asked foreign employees of London-listed Acacia Mining to leave the country in an escalation of a dispute that began in 2016 over allegations of tax evasion, a company spokesperson said o
Tanzania has asked foreign employees of London-listed Acacia Mining to leave the country in an escalation of a dispute that began in 2016 over allegations of tax evasion, a company spokesperson said o
The MPC took the markets by surprise when it lowered its benchmark repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.75percent.
Proposed bill aims to close lucrative loopholes with the avoidance of income tax and capital gains tax of South Africans working abroad.
According to the Global Innovation Index on Innovation, South Africa is ranked No 97.
A senior official in the Department of Economic Development has been suspended pending a disciplinary hearing into allegations of misconduct.
Police are looking for a gang that raided a shop along River Road and robbed the shop managers of Sh400,000.

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