Tag: Collins Appiah

The impact of COVID-19 on Ghana’s economy & stock exchange

Ghana’s Health Ministry says there are 24 confirmed coronavirus cases in the country with one death recorded. Ghana’s government in an effort to curtail the spread of the pandemic has closed most of its borders. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa to discuss the impact of the coronavirus on Ghana’s economy and the stock market.

All eyes on Ghanaian banks as earnings trickle in

As earnings season enters full swing, Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity & Loans joins CNBC Africa to breakdown 9-month results of some listed banks on Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE).

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.

Ghana’s mid-year budget review

Ghana’s Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta will address the parliament today to share his mid-year budget review and also the country's strategy going forward. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity Savings and Loans 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

Ghanaian economy expands 6.7% in Q1

Ghana recorded a 6.7 per cent GDP growth in the first quarter of 2019 compared to the 5.4 per cent recorded in 2018. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa for more.

Bank stocks drive up Ghana’s equities market

Ghana’s Minority in Parliament says with the current rates of increase in debt, the country’s debt stock will reach 250 billion cedi by 2020. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Service Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa to discuss this and for an outlook on Ghana’s equities market this month.

Assessing the impact of Ghana’s banking reforms

The Bank of Ghana recently announced 23 banks in the country as fit for operations following the increment in the minimum capital requirement for commercial banks to 400 million Ghanaian Cedi. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa from Ghana to assess the impact of Ghana’s banking reforms on the sector.
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