Sector by Sector Market Capitalization for 1st Half, 2012 on Ghana Stock Exchange

Courtesy: CBL ResearchBy the end of the first half of 2012, the most capitalized sector on GSE is the Mining and Oil Sector. This sector had a market capitalization of GHS 48,874.46 million, making 88.81%. This sector can boast of a mining giant, AngloGold Ashanti (AGA), a leading global gold producer, operating in 11 countries and listed on five (5) … Continue reading Sector by Sector Market Capitalization for 1st Half, 2012 on Ghana Stock Exchange

Charting the Progress on the Stock Market: UT Bank and CAL Bank

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

UT Bank is the 2nd to win the Bank of the Year award on the Ghana Stock Exchange

After a short time of operating as a commercial bank in Ghana, UT Bank breaks Ecobank Ghana’s monopoly and becomes the second bank listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) to win the Bank of the Year category at the Ghana Banking Awards since 2001.The Bank of the Year is an awardcategory that goes to … Continue reading UT Bank is the 2nd to win the Bank of the Year award on the Ghana Stock Exchange

Focusing on the Banking sector of the Ghana Stock Exchange (Part I)

The financial sector on the Ghana Stock Exchange includes banking and non-banking stocks. There are seven (7) banks on the exchange, six of which operate in the country and one in Gambia, (Trust Bank ltd, TBL). The banks operating in Ghana include CAL Bank (CAL), Ecobank Ghana (EBG), Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB), HFC Bank (HFC), … Continue reading Focusing on the Banking sector of the Ghana Stock Exchange (Part I)