Ghana’s demand for US dollar decreased last week; increased for other major currencies …

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Ghana‘s demand for the US dollar appears to have fallen last week. According to data from OANDA, a foreign exchange brokerage, during the period 1 December to 5 December 2020, the Ghana price of a dollar fell from 5.8456 GHS to 5.8280 GHS (-0.301%).

The Ghana price for the Euro climbed from 7.0123 GHS to 7.0631 GHS (0.724%) between 1 December and 5 December. During the same period, the Ghana price of the British pound also increased 0.106% from 7.8194 GHS to 7.8277 GHS. In addition, the Ghana price of the Chinese yuan (offshore) increased 0.356% from 0.8908 GHS to .8940 GHS.

The Bank of Ghana, the nation’s central bank, reported on 4 December 2020 a mid-range interbank rate for the US dollar of 5.7142 GHS. The interbank rate for the Euro came in at 6.9409 GHS while the interbank rate for the British pound chimed in at 7.7082 GHS.

Ghana’s current policy rate is 14.50%, with an inflation target of 6 to ten percent. The current rate of inflation, according to the Bank of Ghana, is 10.1%. The country’s 91-day Treasury note interest rate is at 13.5937%. Ghana’s interbank interest rate is 13.57%.

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