Cal Bank lose 7 pesewas in share price
Cal Bank emerged the sole decliner on the local bourse on the first trading day of the month.
With an opening price of 87 pesewas, the equity ended trading activity on the bourse with a closing price of 80 pesewas, losing 7 pesewas.
The recorded price decline marks a year-to-date share price decrease of 8.05% for the equity.
Despite the decline in share price, the equity emerged as the top traded stock on the Exchange on the first trading day of the month – June 2022.
A total of 1,536,715 shares valued at GH¢ 1,225,904.18 was traded on Wednesday, June 1, 2022.
CAL Bank accounted for 98.05% of the total value traded as well as the stock with the largest volumes traded.
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TOP TRADED EQUITIES
The Accra bourse decreased by 4.19 points as the benchmark GSE Composite Index (GSE-CI) closed at 2,550.60 points representing a YTD return of -8.56%.
The GSE Financial Stock Index (GSE-FSI) also lost 7.61 points on the back of price drop in Cal Bank PLC. (CAL) to close trading at 2,184.96 points translating into a YTD return of 1.54%.
The GSE market capitalization for the day settled at GH¢ 62.23 billion.
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