Bank of Ghana brings forward rate decision as falling currency feeds inflation


The Bank of Ghana's monetary policy committee is bringing forward its February meeting by two weeks following a continued decline in the value of the Ghanaian cedi amid the turmoil of recent weeks in large emerging markets such as South Africa, Argentina, and Turkey.

The MPC will meet on Wednesday "to review current macroeconomic developments," the bank says in a statement on its website. The meeting, which will be followed by a press conference on Thursday, was originally scheduled for February

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