Here are today's newspaper headlines
SHS POSTINGS OUT TOMORROW
Barring any last-minute change, the Ghana Education Service will release the Computerised School Selection and Placement System posting for SHS candidates tomorrow.
REVIEW USE OF OIL CASH
Three civil society groups have charged the government to put Ghana’s portion of petroleum revenue allocated for spending through the national budget every year to optimal use so as to help bring about the needed socio-economic development of Ghana.
MOODY’S POSTIVE RATING IN GHANA A REFLECTION OF ECONOMY – TERKPER
Finance Minister Seth Terkper is optimistic recent revision of Ghana’s Long Term Bond Ratings from negative to stable by international Credit Ratings Agency, Moody’s will influence Ghana’s economic outlook.
INVESTORS SCARED OF BAD ECONOMY – AKUFO-ADDO
TERKPER SOAKS IN MOODY’S OPTIMISTIC RATING
Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, is upbeat other rating agencies like Fitch and Standards and Poors, will follow suit and give Ghana positive grades, after Moody’s last Friday upgraded the country’s sovereign rating to a B3, with a stable outlook.
HOUSING FINANCE CAB BE CHEAPER – BANKER ARGUES
Long-term funds could drastically reduce the cost of mortgages, Head of Commercial Banking at Stanbic Bank, Abdl-Jaleel Hussein, has said, urging his peers in the banking industry
‘EXIM BANK CAN BE TRANSFORMATIVE’
Assembly Members exchange blows
3 towns 'outlaw' politicians until community roads are fixed
KMA FIGHTS OVER PM AGAIN
For the second time in less than six months, some members of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly have engaged in a brawl after they had failed to elect a presiding member for the fifth time.
QUALITY OF EDUCATION DECLINING BUT ACCESS IMPROVING – ISSER