It was 2008 and unlike many countries, Lebanon was sailing through the worst global downturn in 80 years largely unscathed.
Banks to close Tuesday due to staff strike: Association of Banks in Lebanon
Lebanese banks welcomed statements Monday from Central Bank Gov. Riad Salameh, expressing hope these would have a positive impact on banking operations,...
Association of Banks in Lebanon welcomes Central Bank instructions on transfers abroad
Gov. Riad Salameh made no changes to Banque du Liban's strategy Monday, confirming that the currency peg would remain, no capital controls would be...
The reopening of financial institutions to the public after a two-week closure due to nationwide protests “did not cause any disturbance at any bank,”...
Banks in Lebanon to resume normal operations Friday: senior banking official
Prime Minister Saad Hariri met with two of the country’s top financial officials Monday on the 11th consecutive day of bank closures.
The Association of Banks in Lebanon announced Monday that banks will remained closed Tuesday as a result of nationwide anti-government protests.
Banks in Lebanon will remain closed Monday as a nationwide uprising closes roads and paralyzes the country, the Association of Banks in Lebanon said in a...
Banks are to remain closed Tuesday in light of ongoing protests across the country, the Association of Banks in Lebanon announced Monday evening.
The Association of Banks in Lebanon announced that banks will remain closed Monday, after four days of nationwide protests.
The United States has exhausted sanctions on the top cadre of Hezbollah as part of its “maximum pressure” campaign, but political sources in Washington say...
U.S. dollars are available in Lebanon, despite reports of shortages, Central Bank Gov. Riad Salameh said Monday.
Association of Banks in Lebanon: Banks to remain closed, but will continue to stock ATMs with cash
Association of Banks in Lebanon urges customers to understand situation, respond positively after banks reopen
Banks to remain closed to the public, but banking operations to resume Thursday: local media
The Association of Banks in Lebanon announced Tuesday that banks will remain closed Wednesday.
Lebanese banks to remain closed Tuesday: Association of Banks in Lebanon
Lebanese banks will close for a ninth working day in a row Monday, in a streak unprecedented since at least 1990.