The Kwacha has been stable since September 2018.
The Kwacha is poised to exhibit a bullish tone in the midterm.
According to ZANACO Bank this is on the back of dollar supply flows, once the 2019 agro marketing season kicks in mid next month.
ZANACO says the local unit opened the day to trade at K11.97 per $1 and closed sells to trade at K11.95 per one $1.
And on international Commodities market, copper prices dropped yesterday as industrial output in top metals consumer China fell in the first two months of 2019.
ZANACO says while the London Metal Exchange-LME stocks of metal used in power and construction rose, the price of copper on LME closed 1-point 1 percent low to trade at $6,440 per tonne.
This is the lowest in nearly a week.