You are all invited to a very important Public Lecture to be delivered on Oct. 25th @ UGBS by Prof John Macomber, Professor of Finance at Harvard business School. ABSTRACT Africa and the world face three large trends: rapid and massive urbanization; current and worsening resource scarcity; and the apparent inability of national governments to mobilize … Continue reading Private Financing of Public Infrastructure, A way For West Africa (UGBS Public Lecture)
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NEWS RELEASE: (Johannesburg) – AngloGold Ashanti (AGA) confirms that its mines in South Africa remain at a standstill amid the unprotected strike which began on 20 September 2012 at the Kopanang operation and spread to the remaining five operations on 25 September 2012. Our priority remains to protect the safety of our employees and the … Continue reading NEWS RELEASE: AngloGold Ashanti Update on Unprotected Strike at South Africa mines
New week, new gains, new losses, the GSE did not show any clear direction. On Monday the Ghana Stock Exchange gained some ground as gains in CAL Bank and Mechanical Lloyd Company (MLC) offset losses in two other equities. The GSE-Composite Index closed at 1,036.48 points, from 1,035.97 points and the GSE-Financial Stock Index closed … Continue reading Week in Focus: How stocks performed on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE)
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
CBL:- The Stock Market recorded its worst day-on-day performance today, as the major indices (GSE Composite Index & GSE Financial Stock Index) fell, following losses in three equities. The GSE-Composite Index returned -0.96% as it fell 10.04 points from 1,040.70 points to 1,030.66 points. The GSE-Financial Stock Index closed at 883.00 points, from 893.32 points.CAL BANK … Continue reading Ecobank Ghana (EBG) held lion’s share of trade value – Market records worst performance
The Manufacturing sector on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) include stocks like that of Unilever Ghana Ltd. (UNIL), PZ Cussons Ghana Ltd. (PZC), Aluworks Limited (ALW) and the Pioneer Kitchen Limited (PKL). PKL is no more listed on the GSE with effect from 26th March 2012 due to a sanction from the exchange for refusing to … Continue reading 1st Quarter Analysis of the Manufacturing sector on the Ghana Stock Exchange
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
With a vision ‘to achieve a comparative advantage among leading investment companies…’ and a mission ‘to become an outstanding provider of legitimate investment services…’ Onward Investment Limited, an indigenous Ghanaian company with registration number CA-75,073 is experiencing the sanction of Bank of Ghana (BOG) as they operate without a license in the financial market.BOG is … Continue reading Bank of Ghana vs. Onward Investment Limited, Power vs. Fraud?
Ecobank Ghana Ltd (EBG) on GSE. - 2011 Review.Comparing EBG stock & the GSE Composite IndexCourtesy: Bloomberg