After yesterday's near 1% rise, the exchange rate has moderated this morning; the shekel-euro rate continues to climb.
There are calls for the Knesset to investigate the management of Israel’s natural resources.
The Aviv family and Giora Ofer today officially launched Blender - an online lending platform.
The Russian market holds many possibilities for Israeli companies, but it is radically different from the Western markets that Israelis are accustomed to working with * What to watch out for when starting to look eastward.
Telefonica will invest up to $1 million in incubator projects, and provide professional support.
Flextronics is also laying off workers from its Arad site.
The defense company estimates that its finance expense will rise by $15-20 million.
Aerospace & defense
The price of oil is slumping, but taxes and the stronger dollar will offset the fall for Israeli drivers.
The Tamar partners have signed an MOU with Egypt's Dolphinus Holdings for supplying gas surplus to Israeli requirements.
From next summer, British Airways will add six weekly flights between London and Tel Aviv.
Radware's share has dropped 8.3% this year, but climbed 3.3% on Thursday and Friday.
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Moody's has changed the outlook on the three Israeli banks' deposit ratings from stable to negative.
The Central Bureau of Statistics estimates growth in GDP per capita in Israel of 0.3% this year.
The project brings together a consortium of parties from Israel, Jordan, and Switzerland for the treatment of the parasitic disease.
The Housing Ministry has released draft tender documents for its “target price plan.”
A French company will market Brainsway's Deep TMS system.
Prices of some items have shot up by double-digit percentages.
The company's product for treating bone infections is due to start clinical trilas in 2015.
Diwip's buyer is Canadian company Imperus Technologies.
Mergers & acquisitions
Asus's PadFone X will shortly be launched in the US by AT&T.