Zambia’s kwacha gained 2.6 percent against the dollar, heading to its strongest close in nearly eight months.
The currency of Africa’s biggest copper producer advanced the most since September 27 to trade at 5,034 a dollar by 6:04 6:04 p.m. in Lusaka. Earlier it traded as high as 5,014 per dollar, its strongest level since Nov. 9.
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