Saudi Arabian Interbank Lending Rate Climbs to Six-Year High

  • Three-month Saibor has risen 23 basis points since March
  • Government borrowed $15 billion from banks amid oil's plunge

A key interest rate in Saudi Arabia, the biggest Arab economy, rose to its highest in six years as liquidity at banks tightens amid the plunge in oil prices.

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