Latest economic figures for Ghana – September 2021

Provisional GDP growth rate for Q2 2021 is 3.9%.
Inflation as at August 2021 was 9.7%.
Monetary policy rate is 13.5%.
Interbank lending rate was 12.61% as at August 2021.
Average lending rate was 20.51% as at August 2021.
Total Exports as at August 2021 was US$9.86 billion. Gold Exports US$3.43 billion (35%). Cocoa Exports US$2.1 billion (21%). Oil Exports US$2.44 billion (25%).
Total Imports as at August 2021 was US$8.98 billion. Oil imports was US$1.65 billion (18%).
Trade surplus as at August 2021 was US$875 million (1.2% of GDP).
Current account deficit for as at June 2021 was US$926.1 million (1.3% of GDP).
Budget deficit as at July 2021 was 6.1% of GDP.
External debt as at July 2021 was GH¢162.5bn (37% of GDP).
Domestic debt as at July 2021 was GH¢173.4bn (39.5% of GDP).
Total Public debt as at July 2021 was GH¢335.9bn (76.4% of GDP).
Non-Performing loans (of banks) as at August 2021 was 17.3%.
Active mobile money accounts were 19.1 million as at August 2021.
Market capitalisation of the GSE was GH¢62.9 billion as at August 2021.

Data Sources: Bank of Ghana, GSE, GSS












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