Saudi Banks Show Signs of Stress With Stocks Cheaper Than AssetsBy
Price-to-book ratio of Saudi banks near lowest in 10 Years
Lenders punished on outlook for more bad loans, outflows: SIC
Saudi banking stocks have fallen to the lowest levels in at least a decade relative to their net assets, showing the slump in oil is stoking concern that bad loans will increase.
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