The beginning of the second quarter was a busy time for most companies as various directors prepared to meet their shareholders. Some companies on the Ghana Stock Exchange had their Annual General Meetings in April. Others like Golden Stars Resources Ltd (GSR), Cocoa Processing Company (CPC), Enterprise Group Ltd (EGL) and CAL Bank (CAL) had … Continue reading Annual General Meetings Scheduled for July by Companies on Ghana Stock Exchange
The week on the Ghana Stock Exchange commenced on a good note. On Monday, (25th June), marginal gains in two equities helped the market benchmark up 0.16 points, to close at 1,032.99 points, bringing the year-to-date change to 6.60%. The GSE-Financial Stock Index remained unchanged at 890.25 points, as financial stocks stayed flat. GOIL dominated trading. On Tuesday, (26th … Continue reading Ecobank Transnational Inc.(ETI) ensured the Stock Market maintained it’s good performance in the week.
This post is the 3rd and final part on the Banking Sector of the Ghana Stock Exchange. In my first article on the Banking Sector of the GSE, [ Focusing on the Banking sector of the Ghana Stock Exchange (Part I)], I looked at Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) and HFC Bank (HFC). The second part [ … Continue reading Charting the Progress on the Stock Market: UT Bank and CAL Bank
Today on the exchange, losses in two equities were cancelled out by upward price movement in four equities, ensuring that the stock market closed with a positive return of 0.17%. The major indices responded kindly. The GSE-Composite Index climbed 1.77 points to 1,025.80 points while the GSE-Financial Stock Index also went up 2.80 points to 880.66 … Continue reading Ghana Stock Exchange: Market Update (20.06.12) – CAL Bank led the market.
By Guest Blogger: David Mawutor Avor ( M. D. Avor );Not too long ago, I used to watch the News on television without giving a hoot about business news. In fact, I would rather switch my channel to a different station than watch all those “meaningless” figures about the “dollar is trading at…” and so forth. How times … Continue reading Dollarization of the Ghanaian Economy: MD writes.
The ezwich system which is supposed to make life easier for us is causing more pain by ‘draining’ our accounts more than necessary. Ezwich is the brand name for the National Switch and Smart-card payment system and this system offers Deposit taking financial institutions (universal banks, rural banks and Saving & Loans) a platform that enables … Continue reading Is Ezwich stealing from the Cashless Society? Greed vs Pain