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Samsung unveils one billion colour TV in Ghana

Samsung launches QLED TV in Ghana4

Samsung Electronics Company Limited has launched its new premium TV model series QLED TV 2017 as part of enhancing innovative ideas as well as championing innovation. The new QLED TV among other things delivers the best picture quality as a result of the new metal Quantum Dot material and enhances one’s living space with added lifestyle values. The QLED TV ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review- Friday March 10, 2017

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In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Friday, March 10 , 2017  the Accra bourse was in a bullish mood and maintained momentum during the week in focus; this was buoyed by mounting demand and investors desire to take positions in Aluworks, CAL Bank, Standard Chartered, GCB Bank and Unilever Ghana in anticipation of resilient end of ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review- Friday March3, 2017

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 In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Friday, March 3 , 2017 risk appetite was high on the bourse during the week in focus; speculative deals and investor desire to take positions in blue chip stocks saw the values of Benso Oil Palm, Standard Chartered, Societe Generale, Ghana Oil, GCB Bank and two others close on upbeat notes. ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review- Friday February 17, 2017

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In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Friday, February  17, 2017, the turnout of trading activity during the week in focus was impressive as appreciation in the prices of GCB Bank, Unilever and Standard Chartered Bank on the back of high bid quotations, gave the market some verve. Due to this, the GSE Composite Index clawed back ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review- Friday February 10, 2017

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In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Friday, February  10, 2017, risk appetite was high on the bourse. Also, speculative deals and investor desire to take positions in blue chip stocks resulted in the prices of UT Bank, Total Petroleum, SIC Insurance, Ghana Oil, Benso Oil Palm and four others to close on upbeat notes. However, declines ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review- Friday February 3, 2017

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In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Friday, February  3, 2017,  the  Stock Market saw a sellers market prevailed during the week in focus as buyers accepted higher price quotations by sellers in most transactions. This saw the prices of Standard Chartered, Societe Generale , GCB Bank, Total Petroleum and three others close on the northward side ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review- Thursday August 18, 2016

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In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Thursday, August  18, 2016  the  Stock Market saw  GCB Bank, CAL Bank and Ecobank Ghana close on upbeat notes. Also, Standard Chartered Bank, Enterprise Group, Guinness Ghana, Ghana Oil and five others close in the red. Meanwhile the Benchmark Composite Index rally for a fourth straight week; advancing  by 18.04 ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review -Thursday, August 11, 2016

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In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Thursday, August 11, 2016 FAN Milk, CAL Bank, GCB Bank and SIC Insurance appreciated. PZ Cussons, HFC and MLC lost grounds. The  GSE Composite Index went  up by 19.37 points; posts a year-to-date return of -9.45%. The 91- Day and 182-Day Bills went up to 22.84% and 24.69% respectively.  The ...

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Weekly Financial Markets Review -Thursday, June 30, 2016

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In the Weekly Financial Markets Review for the week ending Thursday, June 30, 2016. Ecobank Ghana and GCB Bank close trading higher, while seven equities close in the downward direction. Government’s 5 – Year Bond was oversubscribed, its 91- Day Bill went up; the 182-Day Bill down, while 1-Year Note and 2 -Year Note were unchanged. Meanwhile the cedi tumbled ...

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