Basically, listed companies on the stock market can be placed under two categories in terms of their share prices. On one side, there is the category of stocks that trade at comparatively high price per share. On the other side, there is another category that fairly trade at low price per share.
Just one month into the second half of the year, the year-to-date (YTD) return of the Ghana Stock Exchange has tremendously increased from its half-year figure of 16.31% to 31.99% as of 24th July 2017. To this effect, the percentage gained so far in the month of July alone is fairly equal
The average interest offered by banks on customer deposits dropped by 2.67 percent between May and June 2017. According to the latest Annual Percentage Rates (APR) and Average Interest (AI) report by the Bank of Ghana, the figure declined from 11.2 to 10.9 percent within the one month period. Although its rate
Earlier this year, I wrote about dividend payments of selected stocks on the Ghana Stock Exchange. In the same post, I mentioned the importance of dividend yield as a comparison criterion of how well dividends are paid by different stocks. Generally, it would be deceptive to compare just the dividend figures of
After failing to post positive results in the last two years, the Ghana Stock Exchange continue on its track of recovering from previous losses. This is reflected in its performance in the first half of the 2017 year. At the end of trading session yesterday (30th June 2017), the GSE Composite