Ghanaian Cedi Kenyan Shilling traded at 15.3289 this Tuesday May 24th, decreasing 0.0883 or 0.57 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, GHSKES lost 3.20 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 18.17 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Ghanaian Cedi Kenyan Shilling to be priced at 15.2610 by the end of this quarter and at 14.8207 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Crosses Price %Day %Year
GHSJPY 16.6908 -1.41% -11.79%
KESJPY 1.08677 -1.03% 7.48%
GHSCNY 0.87819 -0.44% -21.12%
KESCNY 0.0572089 -0.01% -3.74%
GHSCHF 0.12613 -1.35% -19.02%
KESCHF 0.00824249 -0.61% -0.97%
GHSCAD 0.16863 -0.44% -19.61%
KESCAD 0.0109876 0.02% -1.98%
GHSBRL 0.63483 -0.42% -31.23%
KESBRL 0.0410069 -0.83% -16.79%
GHSAUD 0.18511 -0.89% -17.52%
GHSEUR 0.12258 -1.08% -13.67%
GHSGBP 0.10501 -0.29% -14.62%
GHSKES 15.3289 -0.57% -18.17%
GHSNZD 0.20377 -0.75% -15.35%
GHSUSD 0.13158 -0.66% -24.34%
KESAUD 0.0121139 -0.003% 1.01%
KESEUR 0.00799658 -0.52% 5.38%
KESGBP 0.00686081 0.43% 4.40%
KESNZD 0.0133000 -0.13% 3.39%
KESUSD 0.00858369 -0.09% -7.64%