The performance indicator of the local bourse, the GSE-Composite Index, recovered from its two days loss, following price increments on six stocks. The index closed at 1,990.57, a 0.20% increase from Tuesdays closing of 1,986.51.The GSE-Financial Stock Index was lifted by gains on three financial stocks to close at 1,700.96 from 1,697.03.A total of 0.89 … Continue reading Ghana Stock market recovers as 6 stocks gained.
The stock market gained more ground, recording a second straight win, following positive returns on four stocks. The GSE-Composite Index rose 9.41 points to close at 1,897.66.Upward price movement on GCB and SCB drove the financial stock index 12.49 points higher, to close at 1,633.48. Total volume of shares traded was 0.79 million, 20.74% less than … Continue reading Find out how 4 stocks moved GSE CI up again.
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)
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
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?
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.
One Year EQUITIES TREND ANALYSIS. [Charts from Databank Financial Services]Fan Milk Limited (FML) Ecobank Ghana Limited (EBG) Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB)