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Follow up of Mawazine News
Lebanon's dollar bonds fell and the cost of insuring the country's debt jumped on Monday after Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri's sudden resignation earlier this week that pushed the country into a new political crisis.
Lebanese bonds fell 2022 at 2,750 cents to trade at 96.950 cents, their lowest level since the beginning of the year, according to Thomson Reuters data.
Lebanon's debt insurance cost hit its highest level since early January, with five-year credit risk swaps rising 10 basis points from Friday's close to 479 basis points, according to IHS Market.