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The depreciation of the cedi is man-made

Lately, the most popular phrase in mainstream and social media has been ‘the depreciation of the Ghana Cedi’. This is because it is worrying...

Cedi, uncertainties force monetary policy stay

The cedi’s sluggish performance, especially over the past month, has proven instrumental in the Bank of Ghana’s decision to stay its policy rate at...

Open market cacophony:…Arresting the cedi depreciation practically and not ‘booklog’ (...

It started with the fundamental weakness, and now structural challenges have been added to it. These are the reasons given by Economists and politicians...

Cedi woes…Stagger the repatriation of profits—PEF boss

To ease the incessant pressure on the cedi, especially in the first quarter of every year, government must introduce a law that regulates the...

Injecting US$800m to stabilise cedi an exercise in futility

Once again, the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has signalled that it will inject a whopping US$800million into the system to shore-up one of the...

BoG’s forex directive won’t curb cedi-depreciation – Dr. Atuahene

Financial analyst Dr. Richmond Akwasi Atuahene has debunked the idea that the new Ghana Interbank Forex Market Conduct outlined by the Bank of Ghana...

Gov’t, industry must collaborate to arrest cedi’s slide – MP  

It will take the joint effort of government and industry to fashion out a long-lasting solution to the perennial slide of the cedi into...

Cedi falls behind emerging market peers

The local currency’s performance is reaching new lows as its year to date depreciation puts it among the worst-performing currencies in the emerging markets. According...

Analysts push for long-term policies to arrest cedi depreciation

It is time for government to focus on policies that will encourage the production of goods that the country is capable of, while adding...

The Ghana Cedi: To devalue or not to devalue?

It is often said that the exchange rate is the most important price in an economy. It affects all other prices. This is particularly...

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