ガーナ・セディ(GHS)プロファイル

通貨コード
通貨記号

GH¢

補助通貨
1/100、ペセワ(pesewa、通貨記号はGp)
使用頻度の高いコイン
GH¢ 1、1Gp、5Gp、10Gp、20Gp、50Gp
まれに使用されるコイン
 
頻繁に使用される紙幣
GH¢ 5、GH¢ 10、GH¢ 20、GH¢ 50
めったに使われない紙幣
 
中央銀行
ガーナ銀行 ( www.bog.gov.gh)
使用国・地域

ガーナ

注釈

 

使用国・地域目録

Ghana cedi users

The Ghana cedi is the currency of Ghana (officially the Republic of Ghana) which is a country in West Africa.

Ghana declared independence from the United Kingdom on March 6, 1957 and became the first African country gained independence from colonialism.

Ghana cedi history

Currently circulating cedi is the third introduction which replaced the second cedi because of inflation. The first Ghana cedi was introduced in 1965 and replaced the Ghanaian pound.

Currency history of Ghana
Currency name Used in Ghana Notes
Ghanaian cedi (third) July 3, 2007-present Currently in circulation cedi is the third cedi (currency code: GHS) and was introduced in 2007 because of inflation. It replaced the 2nd cedi at a rate of 1 GHS = 10,000 GHC.
Ghanaian cedi (second) Feb.23, 1967 - July 2, 2007 The 2nd Ghanaian cedi (currency code: GHC) was introduced in 1967 and replaced the first cedi at a rate of 1 second cedi = 1.2 first cedi because of decimal conversion.
Ghanaian cedi (first) July 19, 1965-Feb.22, 1967 1. The first cedi was introduced in 1965 and replaced the Ghanaian pound at 2.4 first cedi= 1 pound or 1 pesewa = 1 penny.

2. The first cedi was pegged to the British pound at a rate of 2.4 cedi = 1 British pound.
Ghanaian pound 1958-1965 Ghanaian pound was introduced in 1958 and replaced the British West African pound. It was subdivided into 20 shillings, each of 12 pence.
British West African pound 1896-1958 The British West African pound was equal to the Pound sterling and subdivided into 20 shillings, each of 12 pence.

Ghana cedi coins and banknotes

The Ghana cedi is subdivided into 100 Ghana pesewa.

Currently in circulation coins are in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 Ghana pesewa and 1 cedi, and banknotes are in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cedi.