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Focus on Ghana: Capital markets surge as economy recovers

The equity market saw trading activity surge, with the value of the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) growing year-on-year by 52.7% in 2017, and total market capitalisation rising from C52.69bn ($11.77bn) to C58.9bn over the same period.…

Focus on Ghana: A more positive outlook for 2018

Alhassan Andani (pictured right) holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from the University of Ghana and a master’s in banking and finance from Fin Africa Institute in Milan.…

Focus on Ghana: A leaner, fitter, more responsive sector

Following a period of economic instability characterised by sluggish growth and rising debt levels, Ghana’s economy is on the path to recovery, mainly due to an improvement in the global economy and the policies of President Nana Akufo-Addo’s government.…