Ghana Stock Exchange Composite Index increased for the second successive session.

GSE Composite Index increased for the second successive session as it went up by 0.21 points to 1,141.14 points which is equivalent to 17.76% year-to-date return.

A minimal 0.03 million shares traded on the GSE today and the transactions amounted to GHS0.11 million. SPL was lead equity for the day in terms of volume as its volume accounted for 39.71% of the overall market volume while SCB came top in terms of value traded with 86.47% of the total market value.

Only SCB experienced a price change as it went up by GHS0.01 to end the session at GHS9.01.

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