The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has postponed its quarterly Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting today [ Monday, September 26].

The postponement follows the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to the country.

The Central Bank in a press release issued on Thursday, September 22, stated.

The Bretton Woods Institution is expected to continue rounds between today and, Friday, October 7.

The discussions are expected to focus on Government’s policies and reforms that the Fund could support.

The team will be led by its Mission Chief for Ghana, Stephane Roudet.

The IMF will also engage other stakeholders in the course of the visit.

Following the development, the Monetary Policy Committee says it will announce the next monetary policies on October 7, the day the engagements with the IMF will be concluded.

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