Consumer sentiment reflects caution as Uganda raises its Central Bank Rate


In a calibrated move, the Bank of Uganda’s Monetary Policy Committee raised the Central Bank Rate by 25 basis points to 10.25% on April 8, 2024, following a series of adjustments aimed at stabilizing the economic landscape. After reducing the rate to 9.50% in August 2023 and maintaining it …

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