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Central bank independence: “the case of bank of ghana”

Central bank independence: “the case of bank of ghana”

Central Banks’ independence can be defined in number of ways. However, in the broadest sense, Central Banks’

The state of the global financial system: A decade after the crisis

The state of the global financial system: A decade after the crisis

It all originated with debt! In the early 2000s, US real estate seemed irresistible, and a heady run-up in prices led

Restoring confidence in the banking system through improved regulatory standards

Restoring confidence in the banking system through improved regulatory standards

Banks are often regarded as the life-giving force of an economy and the heart of free-market economies.

Restoring confidence in the banking system through Improved regulatory standards

Restoring confidence in the banking system through Improved regulatory standards

Banks are often regarded as the life-giving force of an economy and the heart of free-market economies.

Ghana’s Growing Public Debt: Implications for the Economy

Ghana’s Growing Public Debt: Implications for the Economy

Rising public expenditures in a context of persistently weak revenue performance have undermined Ghana’s fiscal

Ghana’s Economic Development in a Multi-Party Democracy

Ghana’s Economic Development in a Multi-Party Democracy

After a successful implementation of an unprecedented program of economic recovery over a decade, Ghana

Ghana hits age of retirement at 60

Ghana hits age of retirement at 60

All too soon, Ghana has been ‘forced into retirement’! At its birth, Ghana, the hope of Africa has seen a beckon for

Central Bank’s target of US$800-million inflows was by end-March very positive for FX liquidity and price

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