Camelot Ghana Ltd., a printer of checkbooks and business forms in the West African nation, rose the most on record after declaring a dividend of 0.5 pesewa a share for the year through December.
The stock gained 1 pesewa, or 9.1 percent to 12 pesewas by 12:30 p.m. in the capital, Accra, the biggest intraday advance since Bloomberg started compiling the data in 1999.
Camelot Ghana will pay the dividend on Aug. 26, it said in a statement on the Ghana Stock Exchange website today. Investors that register in the company’s books by July 20 qualify for dividend, it said.
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