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How Ghana plans to help its COVID-19 hit industries stay open

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo says the country has reached an agreement with the Bank of Ghana and other commercial banks in the country to raise three billion cedis to support specific industries affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. John Gatsi, Dean of the School of Business at the University of Cape Coast joins CNBC Africa to assess the palliatives rolled by the Ghanaian government so far.

These are measures Bank of Ghana is taking to mitigate COVID-19 impact on the banking sector

Moody’s Investors Service say they expect the recent measures by the Bank of Ghana to help mitigate the negative effects of the coronavirus on banks’ asset quality and liquidity. Vice President and Banking Analyst at Moody’s, Christos Theofilou joins CNBC Africa for more.

Bank of Ghana retains its 16% MPR: What are the economic implications thereof?

The Bank of Ghana's Monetary Policy Committee kept its Monetary Policy Rate unchanged at 16 per cent at its September meeting. To discuss the implications for Ghana's economy going forward, Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services and Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa for more.

Chapel Hill Denham’s economic outlook for Ghana

The Bank of Ghana retained the its policy rate at 16 per cent. Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

Ghana’s benchmark policy rate kept unchanged at 16%

The Bank of Ghana's Monetary Policy Committee maintained its policy rate at 16 per cent, while Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee will begin their 2-day meeting today. Kayode Akindele, Partner at TIA Capital joins CNBC Africa for more

Expectations from Ghana’s mid-year budget review

Ghana's finance minister is scheduled to present the country's mid-year review and the supplementary budget to parliament, while the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of Ghana is expected to announce its decision soon. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa for more

Bank of Ghana keeps policy rate unchanged at 16%

The Bank of Ghana kept the country’s benchmark interest rates unchanged at 16 per cent. Emmanuel Zewu, Analyst at Groupe Nduom joins CNBC Africa for this discussion.

After BoG reforms: Here’s what to expect in banking sector in Q1’19

The Bank of Ghana has issued a list of 23 licensed banks in Ghana but what are the expectations for the sector in the first quarter of the year following the completion of the recapitalization reforms?
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