As the dollar hits a 30-month low against the shekel, many in the market believe the Bank of Israel is powerless to halt the strengthening shekel.
The Supervisor of Banks wants the boards of directors at banks to be more active.
Market players see the Bank of Israel's foreign exchange moves as inadequate.
Planners Association chair Edna Lerman talks to "Globes" about where long-term planning in Israel falls down.
Avi Hasson: The riskier the project, the more likely it is to receive funding from us.
Clue: 181,000 babies were born in Israel in 2016, and 24,000 immigrants arrived.
Bar-Ilan University biologist Prof. Izhak Haviv insists personalized medicine to cure cancer in affluent people will help all patients.
Indications of positive change in countries such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE should be carefully assessed.
At 72, while all her friends have long retired, Yehudit Bar runs an online furniture store, after closing all her chain's physical stores.
Barclays Israel COO Michal Beinisch explains how the Tel Aviv accelerator brings together a global banking corporation and young startups.
Venture capital is flowing into Israel in search of automotive technological developments and the next Mobileye.
Realtors in Jerusalem and Beersheva insist that apartment prices are falling.
CEO Shimon Ben-Hamo talks about the Israeli water company's technological capabilities, overseas projects, and the water it supplies to Jordan and the Palestinians.