Ghana 5-Year Bond Yields Rise as Concerns Over Debt MountBy
InvestCorp sees continued fiscal pressure as currency plunges
Country sells 516.5 million cedis in first sale run by banks
The yield on Ghana’s five-year cedi bonds increased to the highest level in more than three years at a sale on Thursday on concern that the West African country is taking on too much debt.
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