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Stock Market Results
05-01-2016
 
Company
Price
(GH¢)
Change
(GH¢)
 
CAL 1.0200 0.0100  
SOGEGH 0.8100 0.0100  
TOTAL 5.1100 0.0100  
UT 0.1100 0.0100  
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  Investment Fund Rates
Fund  Date
Price(GH¢)
 
Epak 04-02-16
2.5688
 
Gold Fund 24-09-14
0.1924
 
SAS Fortune Fund 04-02-16
0.5095
 
NTHC Horizon Fund 02-02-16
0.3197
 
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    Forex Rates
17-12-2015
 
  Country
Currency
Buying
(GH¢)
Selling
(GH¢)
 
  USA USD($)
3.8000
3.9500
 
  UK GBP()
5.6000
5.9000
 
  EMU EUR(€)
4.0000
4.2500
 
  BCEAO CFA()
0.0060
0.0067
 
 
  Commodity Prices 05-02-2016
 
Commodity Old Price New Price Change
Crude Oil $34.46 $34.71 $0.25
 
Cocoa $2764.00 $2782.00 $18.00
 
Coffee $123.20 $123.40 $0.20
 
Gold $1130.00 $1146.25 $16.25
 
     
  Ghana Stock Exchange Info
27-10-2011
 
Indicator Level  
GSE All Share Index 1,006.69  
Total Shares Traded 97,885.00  
Mkt Cap. (GH�bn) 4.7391  
Change(points) -1.02  
Year To Date Change(%) 0.67  
 
 
   Bank Base Rates
21-01-2016
 
  Banks
Percent
 
  Agricultural Development Bank 27.60%  
  Bank of Africa 27.15%  
  Bank of Baroda 15.61%  
  Barclays Bank 21.55%  
  Cal Bank 28.50%  
   Financial News
One of the largest regional conferences on the importance of data for better macroeconomic policies has ended in Accra. Organized by the Government of Ghana, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID), the conference brought together policymakers from over forty African countries as well as representatives from academia, banks, rating agencies, think tanks, and international organizations.
Airtel Ghana has announced plans to celebrate and reward its cherished customers in February, the 'love month', through a Valentine Day promotion dubbed: "In The Name of Love". A statement issued in Accra by Mr Richard Ahiagble, Head, Corporate Communications, and copied to the Ghana News Agency, said the promotion sought to raise Valentine excitement among Airtel customers.
The National Food and Agric Show (FAGRO) Secretariat, has released events labelled as "action-packed" to guide its 2016 food and agriculture demonstration, aimed at repositioning Ghana's agricultural sector to boost food security and slash poverty.
Societe Generale Ghana, a banking institution, has introduced a new product known as the "KIT" package. The KIT, is a quick and easy way for customers to get solutions to their banking needs in one simple package with a single fee, as it bundles several basic banking products and services in its three types of packages known as the Easy, Flexi and Privilege KITs.
Vice-President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur on Wednesday stated that Africa had made little progress over the last 30 years in building structures that would enable it to stimulate economic growth.
The African Heritage Clothing company in Accra started with 4 workers in 2014 and now employs 12 people. Her customer base of hotels that she supplies to has grown from 15 to 40. Her turnover in 2015 grew by 340% from the 2014 revenues. The company has now moved to bigger premises away from operating from a 'container' factory in the CEO's residence. "Numbers don't lie...this is the impact of TEEP" and the success story of Mr Fred Shava, CEO of African Heritage Clothing, a proud beneficiary of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme (TEEP).
Mr John Abdulai Jinapor, the Deputy Minister of Power, has urged the public to conserve energy in their usage of power as there is an astronomical increase in power consumption by customers.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker - Address to Nigerian Entrepreneurs and U.S. Business Leaders at Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Event (January 25, 2016)Lagos.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is to begin large-scale production of nutritious fresh milk to generate more revenue for its activities. Professor William Otoo Ellis, the Vice Chancellor, said it had targeted to produce about 1,500 litres of fresh yoghurt daily for the local market by the middle of the year.
The Sirigu Women Organisation for Pottery and Arts (SWOPA) has appealed to the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) to help facilitate the rehabilitation of two dams in the Sirigu Community.
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