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Postby Omama Kwaku » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:14 pm

Minister of Finance wrote:Just saw this and want to share this with you.

GOIL has offered their shares to the public, please please please buy some now. You will thank me later.

60GH Cedies, I know you can at least purchase that.

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Deciiva & Keba I have already posted this on the SUSU forum, just trying to raise awareness. Give this thread some time to breath.



I had dificulties last night trying to buy a share but I finally gave up
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Re: Action speaks louder than words; Just Sharing info with

Postby Minister of Finance » Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:48 pm

Omama Kwaku wrote:
Minister of Finance wrote:Just saw this and want to share this with you.

GOIL has offered their shares to the public, please please please buy some now. You will thank me later.

60GH Cedies, I know you can at least purchase that.

ImageClick here to see Video


Deciiva & Keba I have already posted this on the SUSU forum, just trying to raise awareness. Give this thread some time to breath.



I had dificulties last night trying to buy a share but I finally gave up


Thank you for at least trying
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Postby truemamamia » Thu Sep 06, 2007 6:57 pm

U didn't answer my kwesion. WHy shd we buy?? shd we buy just becos they are selling??? Is your critical analytic financial mind pointing to profits in the future???
Why why why???
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Postby Minister of Finance » Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:22 pm

truemamamia wrote:U didn't answer my kwesion. WHy shd we buy?? shd we buy just becos they are selling??? Is your critical analytic financial mind pointing to profits in the future???
Why why why???


True the financial gains on this is unlimited. Not too many in Ghana play the market, but that's where we missing out. We should be looking at building a generational wealth instead of Month by Month basis. Any time there is an investment opportunity you want to take advantage of it.

You know 80 percent of our population still use Charcoal/burn wood to cook right. But Liquified Gas can be further explored and distributed to our home to save our environment. This is where you come as an investor to change the course of the future.

I put a link up last night, run your numbers on it and if you need help, send me a PM so I can help you.
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Postby Minister of Finance » Fri Sep 07, 2007 10:34 pm

Accra, Sept. 05, GNA - Ghana's focus to become a major player in the global financial markets will take off on Friday, September 7, with the opening of the first offshore banking operation. Offshore banking is the provision of tailor-made banking services for non-resident, expatriates and institutions to save their money abroad rather than those in their home countries.

It offers a tax efficient environment for a wide range of savings and investment products.

The management of Barclays Bank Ghana Limited was granted a General Banking License by the Bank of Ghana to operate the first banking business under the International Banking Component of the International Financial Services Centre.

The International Financial Services Centre will have a full range of non-bank financial services and it is part of a comprehensive financial sector development programme. Ms Catherine Addo, Head Offshore Banking of Barclays Bank, told Ghana News Agency that Barclays decided to open the facility because of the safe and stable political environment, good corporate governance and sound economic policies.

She said offshore banking operations, apart from impacting positively on the country's image as an investment destination of choice, would make available a pool of capital inflows that institutions and companies could tap into to spur the country's economic development. It is estimated that about 50 per cent of the world capital inflows come from offshore banks.

Other benefits include additional revenue for government, employment creation and transfer of expertise. Ms Addo said although offshore banking could be a potential avenue for money laundering, Barclays Bank had put in place a rigorous system and procedures to ensure that such monies did not find their way into the system.

The Bank, she said, was drawing on the expertise of its staff in London and Mauritius to ensure the smooth take-off of the operations. Mr Dela Selormey, Head of Banking Supervision of Bank of Ghana, said the Bank had in place a sound regulatory environment to ensure a smooth take-off.

Mr Andrew Awuni, Presidential Press Secretary, described the prospects of offshore banking as "exciting". He said it would enhance the country's status in the global financial market and as a leader in the West African Sub-Region as well as increase the capacity of the Bank to lend.
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Postby Red Black Green » Fri Sep 21, 2007 9:55 pm

These things need to be kept on the forefront
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Postby Minister of Finance » Sun May 20, 2012 8:50 pm

http://databankgroup.com/brokerage/gse- ... ng-results

Goil is now selling at .43GH which means if you bought it in 2007 and held it till now there has been over 100% gain.
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Postby kyankee » Tue Jun 05, 2012 3:07 pm

Minister of Finance wrote:http://databankgroup.com/brokerage/gse-equities-trading-results

Goil is now selling at .43GH which means if you bought it in 2007 and held it till now there has been over 100% gain.


Will be looking into GOIL stocks before our finance meeting in London early July
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Postby Minister of Finance » Sun Jun 10, 2012 3:02 pm

kyankee wrote:
Minister of Finance wrote:http://databankgroup.com/brokerage/gse-equities-trading-results

Goil is now selling at .43GH which means if you bought it in 2007 and held it till now there has been over 100% gain.


Will be looking into GOIL stocks before our finance meeting in London early July


You will be crazy not to look into it.
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