Kenya’s domestic debt instruments include Treasury Bonds, Treasury Bills, Pre-1997 Government debt and others (mainly Central Bank of Kenya Overdraft). By June 2020, the stock of domestic debt was 3,177.5 billion reflecting a 14.1 percent growth rate from June 2019. Treasury Bills and Treasury Bonds holding accounted for 27.9 per cent and 69.8 per cent of the total outstanding domestic debt respectively against the previous financial year holdings of 34.3 per cent and 62.8 per cent respectively. Reduction of Treasury Bills stock is in line with the 2020 Medium Term Debt Management Strategy (MTDS) of gradually reducing the short term stock over the medium to longer term debt. The proportion of Pre-1997 debt and others (includes Government overdraft) which declined during the period under review.
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