Thursday, May 30, 2013


Final Dividend 
Camelot (CMLT) announces that the Company’s Directors will be recommending to the shareholders at the upcoming Annual General Meeting, the payment of a final dividend of GH¢0.0060 per share for the 2012 financial year.

Qualifying date
All shareholders registered in the books of CMLT at the close of business on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 will qualify for the final dividend.

Closure of Register 
The Register of Shareholders will be closed on Thursday June 27, 2013.

Ex-Dividend Date 
In view of the foregoing, the ex-dividend date has been set as Monday, June 24, 2103. Consequently, an investor purchasing CMLT shares before this date will be entitled to the final dividend. However, an investor buying CMLT shares on or after Monday, June 24, 2103 will not be entitled to the final dividend.

Dividend Payment Date 
The final dividend will be paid on Friday, 30th August, 2013.

Courtesy: GSE Research


Issuer: Government of Ghana
Purpose: For Government budget support and to rollover maturing debt
Amount: GH¢400 million
Issue Method: Through an auction to be held on 30th May, 2013
Price: The instrument shall be issued at par.
Denomination: Each Bond shall have a face value of one Ghana cedi.
Minimum Bid: GH¢50,000 and multiples of GH¢1,000 thereafter.
Coupon: To be determined at the auction to be held on 30th May, 2013.
Interest Payment:

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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

CAL Bank and GCB drove the GSE-Financial Stock Index to a record high: Find out how?

The GSE recovered from Tuesday's loss, following price appreciation on four stocks. The market returned 0.20% today as the GSE-Composite Index climbed 3.66 points to close mid-week trading at 1,835.76. Currently, the year-to-date return on the bourse is 53.02%. The year-to-date return on financial stocks rose 68bps to 55.61% as CAL and GCB drove the GSE-Financial Stock Index 7.07 points clear of the previous closing, to a record high of 1,618.17.

A turnover of 1.56 million shares resulted in a consideration of GHS2.70 million. The shares traded today was more than seven times that of the previous session. Nearly 70% of the volume traded was accounted for by CAL while EBG's total trade value of GHS1.47 million, represented 54.61% of the total value traded.

CAL and GCB leaped to record highs, closing at GHS0.80 and GHS4.50 respectively. GGBL and FML also recorded gains. Losses were recorded in SCB, SG-SSB and TOTAL.

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Monday, May 6, 2013

2-day Capital Market Conference in Ghana.

Under the theme "The Capital Market: A key to Economic Growth and Development", the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in collaboration  with the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) and Ghana Securities Industry Association (GSIA) are convening a two-day conference at the National College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra on 9th and 10th May. 
I hope this conference achieves it's aim and bring about relevant discussions of issues relating to the Capital Market to drive policies for the industry.  
I hope it doesn't become just one event for our policy makers, regulators, financial industry players, parliamentarians, academia and capital market participants to sit and talk about irrelevant topics and issues that won't help the industry in anyway. I 'll be glad to partake in the confab this week, by my schedule is just too tight. . Mr Seth Tekper, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning would be there to give the keynote address whiles P.V. Obeng, Chairman of National Planning Development Committee would chair the Opening Ceremony.
All interested parties should do well to join this conference for the development of the capital market and our economy as a whole


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