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COVID-19 spurs use of mobile banking

But customers still have cyber security concerns “Before the coronavirus was reported in Ghana, I used to go to the bank anytime I wanted...

Seth Terkper’s thoughts…..THE BOG MPC AND DEFICIT FINANCING: Parliament’s review must...

The final article in the “BOG MPC AND DEFICIT FINANCING” series calls on Parliament to re-examine the revised 2020 Budget and COVID-19 fiscal gaps...

Editorial :Ballooning budget deficit, a source of consternation

Bank of Ghana Governor, Ernest Kwamina Addison, has cause to worry about the country’s ballooning budget deficit. He expressed the opinion that Ghana needs...

Digitalisation offers brighter future for banks amid pandemic

It was all going well until…. Yes, many individuals, businesses and other organisations could identify with those words in the past few months. For...

Reduced illegal forex trading is result of good economy – Governor

The Governor of the central bank, Dr. Ernest Addison, has said that the recent reduction in rates of illegal forex trading - widely known...

Pressure pushes banks to tighten credit for businesses

Despite measures by the central bank to free-up capital for banks to support the private sector and hasten revival of the economy following the...

Women prefer call-based fintech service to text-based ones – BoG official

Head of Financial Inclusion Education at the Payment Systems Department of Bank of Ghana, Clarissa Kudowor noted that a yet to be completed local...

Coronavirus impact: Banks’ profitability growth slashed by more than half …...

Just like every other sector, the country’s banking industry could not escape the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic, as new data from the...

Gov’t spends GH¢6bn more in Q1 to fight COVID-19

Budget deficit hits 3.4% against 1.9% target Unbudgeted expenditure, largely occasioned by emergency spending to contain spread of the coronavirus pandemic that was first...

High demand for food pushes inflation up, hits 11.3%

The general price levels of goods and services, according to Ghana Statistical Service, have further increased in the month of May - following price...

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