The highest gain of 21 percent was made by Tomato to close the week at an average price of GH¢9.40 per “medium size tomato tin.” It was sold at GH¢9 as at the end of October 30, 2015.
This was followed by Cassava (Gari) with a percentage gain in price to close the week at GH¢4.40 per olunka.
Cassava (fresh tubers) dropped 8 percentage to close at an average price of GH¢3.60 per 3-4 tubers. Soyabean followed with 4 percent loss to close the week at GH¢ 6.90.
Maize and Rice (imported –unclesam) also followed with a percentage drop each.
Both closed the week at GH¢ 4.30 and 28.30 per olunka and per 1 small bag (5kg) respectively.
The other commodity prices remained the same.
On the various markets, the price for an “olunka” of maize gained by 1 percent each in Accra, Tamale and Techiman to close the week at GH¢ 4.10, GH¢4.10 and GH¢3.60 respectively and dropped by 5 percent in Kumasi to close at GH¢ 5.20 and 2 percent in Bawku to close at GH¢3.00 and 1 percent in Dambai to close at GH¢5.00.
A “medium size tomato tin” full of fresh tomatoes made gains in Accra, Kumasi, Techiman, Takoradi Dambai.
In Accra, it gained 43 percent to close at GH¢ 18.0 with Kumasi gaining 2 percent to close at GH¢ 18.10. Techiman had 23 percent to close at GH¢ 13.00.
Takoradi and Dambai gained 20 and 64 percent to close at GHS 21.60 and GHS 5.00 respectively.