The Bank of Ghana’s (BoG) Special Drawing Rights (SDR) holdings with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) decreased by $16.6 million in 2020. IMF SDR holdings of the BoG at end-November 2020 stood at Ghs 242.39 million ($42.2 million), but then declined to Ghs 148 million ($25.6 million) at end-December 2020. BoG’s Ghs 148 million ($25.6
The teams focused their efforts on a few of the highest-value S&OP levers in order to review the current planning process, identify gaps in the planning infrastructure and analytically understand demand and supply variability.
Adds detail, quote, shares JOHANNESBURG, June 7 (Reuters) – South African lender FirstRand FSRJ.J on Monday said its second-half earnings would be higher than previously guided citing a quicker-than-expected economic rebound. The bank warned investors in March, when it said its first-half performance had beaten its expectations, not to expect a similar level of absolute earnings in the final six
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Government has witnessed a significant increase in revenue generated from the country’s downstream petroleum sector due to the improved monitoring of in-flows and out-flows at the various oil marketing company depots nationwide. Within a period of ten months, the monitoring service being provided by a private revenue assurance firm; Strategic Mobilization Ghana Limited, SML, raked
Multilateral institution, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected Ghana’s total debt stock to hit 86.6 percent in 2025 According to the IMF, Ghana’s debt stock is expected to continue on an elevated path reaching 81.5 percent this year, 83.2 percent in 2022, and further to 84.8 percent, 86.0 percent and 86.6 percent in 2023,
Tax expert with PFM Tax Africa, Seth Terkper, has opined that based on analysis and projections, government is very unlikely to attain its 16.7 percent tax revenue to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) target for this year. According to Mr Terkper, excluding the year 2015 when Ghana performed remarkably well in its tax revenue mobilisation achieving
Ghana witnessed a surge in Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) inflows recording an impressive $2.6billion worth of inbound investments for the year 2020. The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre in its Investment report for the 4th quarter of 2020 said the significant FDI recorded was against expectations following the Covid – 19 outbreak but touted government policies
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has been charged by the Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, to tackle risks brought about by the pandemic and currently facing the continent to facilitate the continent’s successful recovery from the pandemic. Making the assertion at the virtual 2021 Annual Meeting of the African Development Bank, Mr Ofori-Atta opined that
The first full sovereign credit rating of Ghana for 2021 was delivered last week, and it left rating sentiment unchanged from last year. This came from global credit rating firm Moody’s Investor Services rating the country’s sovereign bond issuance at B3 negative, exactly the same as last year when the firm downgraded Ghana from B3 stable