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Ghana stocks continue to fall

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The GSE All-Share Index, the benchmark measure of performance of the Ghana Stock Exchange, extended its losses on Thursday, sliding by 1.01 points at 7,175.39 points from 7,176.40 points.

The bourse has so far made a gain of 28.77 per cent.

Five equities saw price changes – four up and a lone loser.

CAL Bank (CAL) is down going up by GH¢0.01 to GH¢0.32, Ecobank Ghana (EBG) went up by GH¢0.02 at GH¢3.02, Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) was up by GH¢0.01 to GH¢0.26 and Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) advanced by GH¢0.10 to GH¢45.15.

Fan Milk Ghana Limited (FML) was the lone loser, shedding GH¢0.10 at GH¢2.30 for its fourth straight session loss.

Ghana Commercial Bank was the most active stock during the session with investors taking 293,200 shares at a steady GH¢2.50.

A total of 827,070 shares were traded, valued at GH¢1.13 million.

Market Capitalisation was marginally lower at GH¢20,132.62 from GH¢20,133.40 million.
Source: GNA

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