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Kenya protests could reignite sovereign default fears

The escalating protests in Kenya will add to the near-term headwinds facing economic activity as well as raise further question marks over the government’s ability to push through fiscal consolidation measures. That could ultimately cause fears of a sovereign default – which had subsided earlier this year after a Eurobond buyback – to build again.

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