Lebanese Eurobonds Started the Month on Green

The BLOM Stock Index (BSI), a gauge of the Lebanese Bourse’s performance, witnessed only three traded stocks at the start of the month. This translated into a 0.02% slight increase to settle at 1226.32 points, recording a 4.79% year to date increase. In the real estate sector, which grasped 85% of total traded value, Solidere class “A” lost 0.36% to close at $11.08, while class “B” shares gained 0.09% to $11.07. In the banking sector, Bank Byblos listed shares ticked up by 0.58% to end the session at $1.72.

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