Stock Market Update: GSE bounces back as stocks rally

No losses were recorded on the Ghana Stock Exchange as the market bounced back from Thursday's loss. The GSE-Composite Index went up 9.84 points, as stocks edged upwards, to close the week at 1,778.07, resulting in a year-to-date return of 48.21%.Financial stocks returned 0.69% today, driven by marginal gains on ETI and GCB, as the … Continue reading Stock Market Update: GSE bounces back as stocks rally

Ghana Stock Exchange begins week with five gainers as trade volume hits record high for the year

This week has begun on the Ghana Stock Exchange with smiles on the faces of some investors as equities from different sectors of the economy gained some cedis. There were five gainers namely AngloGold Ashanti, AGA (Mining), Enterprise Group Ltd, EGL (Insurance), Ecobank Transnational Inc. ETI, (Banking), Ghana Oil, GOIL (Oil) and UT Bank, UTB.The … Continue reading Ghana Stock Exchange begins week with five gainers as trade volume hits record high for the year

Benso Oil Palm Plantation (BOPP) in the 1st Quarter of 2012 on Ghana Stock Exchange

6 months performance on GSE - BOPP [Oct - Mar]Benso Oil Palm Plantation with GSE stock ticker symbol; [BOPP] is an oil palm producing and processing company and was listed on the GSE on August 30, 2004 when it was converted into the public limited liability. The nature of businesses the company is authorized to … Continue reading Benso Oil Palm Plantation (BOPP) in the 1st Quarter of 2012 on Ghana Stock Exchange

Building the Economy: Middle Class of Ghana Unconcerned

Are we really sleeping? Then it is time to wake up.The Middle Class in Ghana, simply don't care. They find means to solve public problems in personal ways and just remain unconcerned, very quiet!! It's a culture problem, people say. Others say Ghanaians just think about their families and not the Public. Scholars blame it on … Continue reading Building the Economy: Middle Class of Ghana Unconcerned

Is CAL Bank undervalued on the Ghana Stock Exchange?

The debate continues everywhere among investors as they keep wondering whether CAL Bank shares on the Ghana Stock Exchange are undervalued. My earlier post on the 2011 year review of CAL bank on GSE has shown clear analysis of CAL as at last year. It showed the potential of CAL's share price rising this year as … Continue reading Is CAL Bank undervalued on the Ghana Stock Exchange?

Relationship Managers & Receptionists are not Stock Brokers. Talk to the right person.

 I have been observing this for some time now and I think it is getting on my nerves and moreover, investors are losing money because of this issue. I have been a victim and it was due to my ignorance. Don't make the same mistake. Some thing must be done. The Securities and Exchange Commission must act now … Continue reading Relationship Managers & Receptionists are not Stock Brokers. Talk to the right person.

Listing & Trading Rules are set for ETFs on GSE.

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are considered by some financial gurus as an investment product of choice for the inexperienced trader all the way to the professional money managers. In emerging financial markets like that of Ghana, ETFs are yet to see the light of the day. The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) announced the introduction of  ETFs … Continue reading Listing & Trading Rules are set for ETFs on GSE.