The Ministry of Finance has extended the expiration date of the Domestic Debt Exchange Programme from Monday January 16, 2023 to Tuesday January 31, 2023. The Domestic Debt Exchange Programme is a voluntary exercise, however, there will be engagement with stake holders especially individual bond holders to alleviate disadvantageous impact while contributing to overcoming economic
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The Issuance Calendar of the Government of Ghana has revealed that Government will borrow ¢3.78 billion in the first quarter of this year to finance part of the budget. For the first three months of 2022, government plans to issue a gross amount of ¢24.5 billion, of which ¢20.7 billion is to rollover maturities. This
In its first trading of the year, the sale of Government Treasury bills was marginally oversubscribed by 5.6% to the tune of a little above ¢1.03 billion. At the same time, interest rates remained stable, from last year. This is a good omen for the government since the sale of T-Bills fluctuated throughout last year.