Despite a recent downgrade in Lebanon’s sovereign debt outlook, the country will have no problems rolling over 2019’s debt, experts told The Daily Star.
Finance Minister Ali Hasan Khalil Saturday called for Lebanese people to maintain trust in the government as it undertakes speedy reforms, after international...
S&P Global: Lebanon outlook changed to negative on rising risks to foreign currency debt rollover
Ninety-five percent of respondents to a survey said they believed Lebanon was heading in the wrong direction, according to data released Wednesday.
Lebanon’s domestic bank deposits are forecast to grow by a “conservative” $7 billion to $8 billion in 2019 compared with $5.6 billion in 2018
Moody’s Investor Service Friday hailed the formation of Lebanon’s government, but said it expected considerable challenges in implementing reforms.
In a further blow to Lebanon, Fitch rating agency revised its outlook of two leading Lebanese banks from stable to negative but affirmed the respective banks’...
International ratings agency Standard & Poor's revised Lebanon’s outlook to negative from stable, late Friday night.
Moody’s downgrade of Lebanon’s long-term investment rating is surprising and hasty, Byblos Bank’s chief economist Nassib Ghobril told The Daily Star.