Lebanon Economic Report - 2Q2011
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Lebanon Economic Report - 2Q2011
Banque Audi -Sunday, August 21, 2011
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A net slowdown in economic activity over the first half-year: Amid growing domestic political bickering and adverse regional spillover effects, the IMF revised down Lebanon’s real GDP growth forecast for 2011 to 2.5%, against 7.5% in 2010.

Country : Lebanon
Report Type : Economic Reports
Report Date : Sunday, August 21, 2011
Provided by : Banque Audi Banque Audi
Report Size : 1260 KB
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Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 22
The Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) activity occurred at a high traded volume of 3,089,328 shares worth $25,662,558.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 19
The Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) ended the week in the red, with a very low traded volume of 19,332 shares worth $300,195.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 18
The Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) improved today, where the BLOM Stock Index (BSI) added 0.16% to reach 1,171.38 points.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 17
The Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) kept trending down, where the BLOM Stock Index (BSI) lost 0.17% to reach 1,171.50 points.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 16
The Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) remained on its downtrend, where the BLOM Stock Index (BSI) lost 0.21% to reach 1,171.50 points.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 15
The Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) started the week in the red, where the BLOM Stock Index (BSI) lost 0.31% to reach 1,174.89 points.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
The Lebanon Brief - September 13
The BLOM Stock Index (BSI) lost 0.76% to close at 1,178.53 points on Friday.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 12
Activity on the Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) picked up today, where the BLOM Stock Index (BSI) added 0.20% to reach 1,178.53 points.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 11
Activity on the Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) was active today with a volume of 1,043,579 shares worth $3,072,030. The major shares traded were Byblos listed shares, where 674,264 shares out of the 933,730 shares were cross traded and BLOM listed shares were all the 88,965 shares were cross traded.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 
Lebanon Market Daily Bulletin - September 10
The Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) closed in the green, where 2,902,551 shares worth $25,445,036 were traded. The major shares traded were Audi listed shares for the 2nd day, where 2.78M shares were cross traded.
Provided by BLOMinvest Bank
 





  

 
 

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