The Arab bank building is seen as cars drive down Riad Soloh Street in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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It added that an MPI score of 1 denotes low potential vulnerability, while a score of 2 reflects moderate vulnerability and a score of 3 denotes a high level of vulnerability to potential systemic stress.Lebanon This Week reported that Lebanon's MPI score has been unchanged since October 2013, when Fitch upgraded the country's score to 1 from a previous score of 2 . In parallel, the agency indicated that Lebanon's banking sector was among 15 banking systems that have a Banking System Indicator of "b" according to the report. It explained further by saying that the BSI is an asset-weighted average of bank Viability Ratings for at least two-thirds of banks in any banking system, including systemically important unrated banks.
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