The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) says its January 2023 performance reflected investor sentiments in the general macro-economic environment and the Domestic Debt Exchange Programme.
On the equities market, the GSE Composite and Financial Stock Indices recorded negative returns of 3.68%and 0.81% respectively.
According to its summary of January 2023 Market Activities, the GSE said thin trading resulted in a dip in the number of transactions to 1,249, a decline of 16.12% compared to the same period in 2022.
The top price gainers during the month under review were Benso Oil Palm (15.03%), NewGold ETF (11.66%) and Total Energies (1.50%).
On the fixed income market, the total volume traded was ¢10.09 billion, a decline from the ¢11.40 billion traded in the previous month.
The number of trades during the month was 51, 273 which was 5.05% more than the same period last year.
|JANUARY 2023||JANUARY 2022||% CHANGE|
|GSE-CI YTD change||-3.68%||-0.81%|