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Patrick ‘Poisonous Arrow’ Allotey falls in round 4 TKO to Mexican Jaime Munguia

Dignity Health Sports Park , Carson – In his last appearance at 154-pounds, WBO junior middleweight champion Jaime Munguia (34-0, 27 KOs) used his...
World Press Freedom Day

Ghana’s Ranking in World Press Freedom Falls

Ghana has dropped four points in the latest ranking in the 2019 World Press Freedom Index as it moved from the rank of 23...
Eskom

S. Africa’s Power Utility Falls on Electric Vehicles

South Africa's power utility Eskom on Monday said it is working with major players in the electric vehicle (EV) market in the country to...
Accident Asamankese

Timber Crushes a Little Boy

An eight year old boy, Martin Amoako who was selling along the Yayo road in Asamankese was hit and killed by a timber which...
Bank

Kenyan interbank rate falls on improved liquidity

The Kenyan interbank rate hit a new low this week amid declined trading by commercial banks. The rate declined to 3.59 percent from 4.10 percent...
banks

Kenyan interbank rate falls on banks’ reduced liquidity pressure

The Kenyan interbank rate eased this week as trading slowed down due to reduced pressure for liquidity by banks. The weighted average interbank rate eased...
water

DEC Urge Assembly Members To Promote Grassroot Participation

Mr Wilson Arthur, The District Chief Executives of Wassa East, has urged members of the Assembly to make it a habit to meet with...
Airtel-Tigo merger

Tigo Stands Tall As Merger Gets Approved

The latest telecom subscriptions figures published by the National Communications Authority (NCA) just before it announced the approval of the Airtel-Tigo merger shows that...

Ghana and Muslims the World Over Observes Eid al Adha on 1st September

The processes towards the celebration of Eid al Adha in the world has begun in Ghana to be held on September 1st ...
Inflation

Relief as inflation in Tanzania’s Zanzibar falls to 4.1 percent

Commodity prices have dropped in Tanzania's semi-autonomous Zanzibar archipelago from 5.4 percent in June to 4.1 percent in July, this year, a senior official...
Safaricom

Nairobi bourse equity turnover falls on stifled foreign trading

Turnover at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) declined 63 percent Monday, pushed down by stifled foreign trading. The foreign investors' participation stood...

Spanish stock market falls 0.19 percent, closes at 10,884 points

Spain's benchmark stock market index Ibex-35 fell 0.19 percent on Monday to close at 10,884 points, down from the 10,904.20 points. On...

Kenya’s tea production falls to 34.49 million kg in March

Kenya's tea production decreased sharply to 34.49 million kilograms in March compared to 45.32 million kilograms recorded in the same period in 2016, tea...
accident

Private bus falls into river in India, Killing 44 people

A total of 44 people were killed when a private bus rolled off the road and fell into a river in Himachal Pradesh...

Spanish stock market falls 0.33 percent, closes at 10,326 points

Spain's benchmark stock market index Ibex-35 fell 0.33 percent on Thursday to close at 10,326.10 points, down from the 10,360.50 points of Wednesday. ...

Minority Ask Gov’t to Investigate Kintampo Falls Disaster

The Minority in Parliament has called for a thorough investigation into the Kintampo Waterfalls disaster which has left at least 19 persons dead and 22 injured.In...

Nana Addo Consoles Victims of Kintampo Falls Disaster

President Nana Akufo-Addo has expressed his deepest condolences to the bereaved families following the accident at the Kintampo Waterfalls in the Brong Ahafo Region...

B/A: Bawumia Visits Kintampo

Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, is in the Brong Ahafo Region at the Kintampo Waterfalls following the tragic accident on Sunday, which claimed 18...
Online shopping

Online shopping falls within the laws of China

Online shopping is not an area beyond the law, Zhang Mao, head of China’s State Administration of Industry & Commerce told press on Mar....
producer-inflation

Ghana’s January inflation falls deeper to 13.3 percent

Annual headline inflation in Ghana fell 2.1 percentage points to 13.3 percent in January 2017, relative to the 15.4 percent recorded in December 2016,...

O’Sullivan falls to Davis defeat

Ronnie O'Sullivan let slip a 3-0 lead as he lost 4-3 to Mark Davis in the second round of the Coral Welsh Open in...
stock market

Spanish stock market falls 1.11 percent, closes at 9,357 points

The Spanish stock market index Ibex-35 fell 1.11 percent on Monday to close at 9,357.30 points, down from the 9,462.70 points of Friday. ...

Caixin service PMI falls slightly to 53.1

China's service sector slowed in January, as a private survey showed Monday that an index for the sector fell slightly after reaching a 17-month...

Davis focus falls on Melbourne misfits

Serbia's Novak Djokovic reacts during his Men's singles second round match against Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin at Melbourne Park during Australian Open on January 19,...
graduate unemployment

Eurozone unemployment rate falls to lowest since 2009

The eurozone's seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate fell to 9.6 percent in December, reaching the lowest level since May 2009 as economic growth accelerated, the statistical...

Oil Slumps on Account of U.S. Output Raise

Oil prices fell one percent on Monday as signs of a strong recovery in U.S. oil drilling activity outweighed news that OPEC and non-OPEC...
GDP

China GDP falls to 26-year low, hits gov’t target

China's economy grew 6.7 percent year on year in 2016, the slowest pace of growth in 26 years, but well within the government's target...
stock market

Spanish stock market falls 0.08 percent

The Spanish stock market index Ibex-35 fell 0.08 percent on Thursday to close at 9,379.10 points, down from the 9,386.20 points of Wednesday. ...

BoG’s 91-day Bill Yield Slips to 16.4 Percent

The yield on the Bank of Ghana’s weekly 91-day bill fell to 16.4281 percent at an auction on Friday December 23, from 16.6759 percent...
inflation

Confidence among South Korean consumers falls to lowest in nearly 8 years

Confidence among South Korean consumers fell to the lowest in almost eight years, fueling concerns about the so-called "consumption cliff" that refers to an...