Business News of 2014-06-28

Marginal increase in some commodities in Tamale - Survey

There has been a marginal increase in some commodities in Tamale as especially millet, beans and yam in the two main Aboabo and the Tamale Central markets.
Three tubers of yam (Medium size), which was sold last week at GH¢7 is now being sold at GH¢8 cedis this week while millet had been increased from GH¢3.00 to GH¢3.50 pesewas and beans increased from GH¢6.00 to GH¢7.50 pesewas.
A GNA survey on Friday in the two markets showed that the remaining commodity prices remained unchanged.
Below is the full list of the prices of the commodities

Commodities                           Current Prices                         Last week Prices

Maize                                          GH ¢ 2.50                                 GH ¢2.50

Tomatoes                                  GH ¢15                                     GH ¢15

Millet sorghum                         GH ¢3.50                                  GH¢3.00

cowpea                                     GH ¢5.50                                 GH ¢ 5.50

Yam                                           GH ¢8.00 (3-tubers)               GH¢7.00 (3-tuber)

Groundnut                                 GH¢7.00                                 GH ¢7.00

Wheat                                        GH¢10.00                                GH ¢9.50

Soya beans                              GH ¢5.00                                 GH ¢4.50

Beans                                        GH¢7.50                                  GH¢6.00

Onion                                          GH ¢25.00                               GH¢25.00

Pepper                                        GH ¢8.00                                 GH¢8.00

Local Rice                                  GH ¢5.00                                  GH ¢5.00

Kontomere                                 GH¢ 1.00                                 GH¢ 1.00

Foreign Rice                              GH ¢ 10.00                                GH ¢ 10.00

Source: GNA
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