Yitzhak Tshuva  picture: Bloomberg

Delek buys 20% Ithaca Energy stake for $66m

The Israeli company will be the largest single shareholder in the North Sea energy exploration and production company.

shekels Shekel ends week strengthening

The shekel has appreciated 2.5% against the dollar since Tuesday.

Nir Gilad and Eitan Sheshinski ICL chairman threatens to stop investing in Israel

Eitan Sheshinski told the Finance Committee that a confidentiality agreement was keeping him from disclosing ICL's real profit.

Renting an apartment? Income tax won't exactly help

Families renting a larger home and renting out their smaller home should get a tax break.

Moshe Kahlon Kahlon officially barred from handling gas issues

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon's ties to Koby Maimon give him a conflict of interest, deputy attorney general rules.

Idan Ofer Zim plans Wall Street IPO - report

The Israeli shipping company, controlled by Idan Ofer, plans an IPO in the first half of 2016, "Bloomberg" reports.

Copaxone 40mg Copaxone approved in Russia

Teva Global Specialty Medicines CEO: 70% of US patients currently receiving Copaxone take the 40 mg/mL formulation.

David Pollack Spacecom raises NIS 800m in bonds on TASE

The company is securing the bonds with a lien on the Amos 6 satellite and its assets.

ambulance Woman soldier stabbed in Tel Aviv

The latest wave of terror has reached Tel Aviv as a Palestinian assailant is shot dead by security forces.

gas drilling rig Moody's: Israel liable to lose upside from gas

In a generally positive review of the Israeli economy, Moody's warns against further delay in developing the Leviathan field.

San Francisco United Airlines to launch Tel Aviv-San Francisco flights

Starting April 2016, United will conduct three direct weekly flights using Boeing Dreamliner 787-9 jets.

Bechor Ronen

CEO and Owner Elsmed Group

ambulance Border Police shoot Palestinian assailant

The 25-year-old Palestinian fired at the soldiers’ position during riots in the East Jerusalem neighborhood.

Benjamin Netanyahu  photo: Reuters Netanyahu: We will prove terror does not pay

The prime minister said harsher measures would be taken against the Islamic Movement in Israel.

Funds picture: thinkstock Israel's budget deficit down to 2%

The Finance Ministry attributes the lower deficit to higher tax revenues.

salary slip Israel's average monthly salary falls below NIS 10,000

The average monthly salary in Israel in July 2015 fell 1.9% to NIS 9,877.

Yosi Fait Telit wins $30m smart meter Dutch deal

The company will supply CDMA 450 MHz modules for a smart electrical network project in the Netherlands.

stabbing Israeli seriously injured after Kiryat Arba stabbing

The Palestinian terrorist escaped after today's third terror attack.

Thu: Teva fails to lift TASE

Teva was the only share to rise on the Tel Aviv 25 Index today as the market was spooked by the spate of stabbings.

new homes Small apartment building starts in Israel up sharply

More three-room apartments were started in January-June 2015 than in all of 2014.

police Student stabbed at Jerusalem light rail station

Israel's wave of terror continues as a yeshiva student has been seriously injured in northern Jerusalem.

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