Ghana Central Bank Sees Cedi Gaining on 4th Quarter InflowsBy
Regulator has no target rate for currency, helps smooth swings
Fiscal consolidation, monetary policy to help stabilize cedi
Ghana’s central bank said anticipated inflows in the final quarter of 2015 and the government’s plan to reduce spending will help boost its currency, the worst-performer in Africa this year.
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