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Lebanon's four top listed banks in terms of profits, assets and deposits maintained reasonable growth in 2017 despite the delicate situation in the country, a report by BLOMINVEST said Wednesday.Audi Bank came second with net profit at $463.83 million, down by 1.33 percent; whereas BoB came third with net profit at $204.42 million, up by 1.51 percent.BLOM Bank recorded the highest ROACE at 17.19 percent and the highest ROAA at 1.56 percent.The three other banks followed, with Audi's ROACE at 13.40 percent and ROAA at 1.05 percent; BoB's ROACE at 12.82 percent and ROAA at 1.15 percent; and Byblos Bank's ROACE at 9.57 percent and ROAA at 0.78 percent.
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