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Ghana Stock Exchange, Bank of Ghana, national currency, private banks, average

The Bank of Ghana, founded in 1957, is the country’s central bank and issues the national currency. The Ghanaian unit of currency is the new cedi, divided into 100 pesewas (5,455 new cedis equal U.S.$1; 2000 average). The state-owned Ghana Commercial Bank has branches throughout the country, and there are also several private banks. The Ghana Stock Exchange was established in 1990.



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