Ghana Stock Exchange: Market Update [ 31.05.12 ]

CAL Brokers (CBL): 

Further decline in the major indices on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), means performance in the month of May has been the worst this year, with 13 losses in 21 sessions.  The GSE-Composite Index returned -0.05%, following losses in two equities, to close trading at 1,022.95 points, down 0.54 points. The change represents a year-to-date return of 5.56%.
The Financial Stock benchmark closed 0.67 points lower at
881.71 points.
A total of 0.37 million shares valued at GHS 0.18 million traded. Trade value declined in the market by 43.43%, compared to the previous session’s, though volume traded more than tripled. SG-SSB had the largest share of the volume traded with 38.99% of the total volume. Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) dominated in terms of value, accounting for 36.90% of the turnover.

CAL Bank (CAL) and  Tullow Oil (TLW) recorded losses. There were no gainers in the market for today.


Coutesy: CBL & GSE

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