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SCB - Standard Chartered Bank (GH) Ltd.

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SCB on Ghana Stock Exchange. Stock analysis for Standard Chartered Bank (GH) Ltd. including share price chart, dividend and company profile.Stock summary for SCB on the Ghana Stock Exchange

Standard Chartered Ghana is a banking and financial services company in Ghana. It has been in operation since 1896, when it was known as the Bank of British West Africa. The bank is 80% owned by Standard Chartered Plc, and the remainder of the stock is owned locally. It is ranked consistently amongst the top three banks in the country. The company provides a range of services in the consumer and corporate and institutional banking sectors, including comprehensive trade finance, cash management services and foreign exchange products.

SCB26.54 ▴0.15 (0.57%) 21 hours ago
Last Trading ResultsGrowth & Valuation
Opening Price:26.39Earnings Per Share:--
Day's Low Price:--Price/Earning Ratio:--
Day's High Price:--Dividend Per Share:--
Traded Volume:12,910Dividend Yield:--
Number of Deals:--Shares Outstanding:115.51m
Value/Turnover:--Market Capitalization:3.07b

Monetary values are quoted in Ghana Cedi (GHS) unless otherwise stated

SCB Market Performance

DateVolumeOpenCloseChange% Chg.

Profile of Standard Chartered Bank (Ghana) Limited

Standard Chartered Bank (Ghana) Limited operates in the Financials sector.

Factsheet of Standard Chartered Bank (Ghana) Limited
P. O. Box 768, Accra

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Comments (2)

  1. KarlKarl
    May 4, 2016 15:59 GMT

    What's happening to Standard Chartered Shares? They seem to be losing value. Would it be wise to sell at this time, or is there the prospect of them going up anytime soon

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      May 10, 2016 09:59 GMT

      I can't say that there is a prospect of the share price going up soon, but I won't tell you to sell them either. The market itself is not doing well lately so you should factor that in when analyzing stocks. If you take a look at the volumes of trade, for instance, you would see that there's not much value lost. The value lost on May 6, however, is definitely a cause for alarm.

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