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15.07.2005 Business & Finance

Stock indices continue to fall

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Stock indices continue to fall

Accra, July 15, GNA - The main indices of the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) continued their fall on the bourse with investors staying away as the second half of the year begins.

The main stock index, the GSE All-Share Index, fell by 65.61 points following losses by two banking equities - SG-SSB and CAL Bank. The GSE-All Share ended at 5,329.56 points from Wednesday's 5,395.17 points.

Change for the year-to-date now stands at -21.61 per cent. There were two price changes - both down.

SG-SSB lost 1,000 cedis at 9,000 cedis while CAL Bank was down by 200 cedis at 3,000 cedis.

Shares traded closed slightly lower at 87,800 from 90,000 shares on Wednesday.

Market capitalisation was lower at 93,123.07 billion cedis from 93,296.59 billion cedis on Wednesday from 3,400.54 million shares.

The following are the last prices of the listed equities in cedis:

ABL 1,480 AGA 300,000 AADs 3,000 ALW 5,000 BAT 4,000 BOPP 6,000 CAL 3,000 -200 CFAO 370 CLYD 1,300 CMLT 1,720 CPC 800

EIC 6,500 FML 18,000 GCB 9,000 GGBL 8,250 HFC 7,000 MGL 275 MLC 2,500

MOGL 38,000 PAF 800 PBC 3,000 PZ 6,400 SCB 134,000 SPL 650 SPPC 390

SG-SSB 9,000 -1,000

SWL 290 TBL 27,900 UNIL 16,500

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