Money and capital market Analysis: Twins comparison (Cameroon and Ivory Coast)

Tasoh Toh, Kouame Kouakou Samson

Abstract


This paper compare the money and capital market of two formal French colonies, Cameroon and Ivory Coast. Aggregate lending and stock market capitalization were used as money and capital market performance variables respectively. A ratio of these variables to GDP determine the extent to which they can contributes to GDP growth. Through regression result, we noted a strong significant role of Ivory Coast capital market to her GDP.  A Weak but significant contribution of capital market activities to GDP was recorded for Cameroon. Money market activities recorded a positive and significant contribution to GDP growth in both economies. We recommended a single regional CEMAC stock exchange market. 


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