Fitch has cut its outlook for Israel's foreign currency debt rating from Positive to Stable.
Jerusalem Hotel Association director: Occupancy rates have plummeted by almost 50%.
The bill, already approved by the housing cabinet, will prohibit raising rents by more than 2% annually.
A divorce case currently being conducted in various courts raises questions about the authority of the Rabbinical Court to deal with subjects that are not bound by their very nature to the divorce suit. Does the Rabbinical Court have the authority to compel a Jewish citizen in Israel to circumcise his son against his will? How far will the Rabbinical Court expand its authority?
The Tel Aviv 25 Index rose 0.1% today and 0.5% for the week. IDB Development and Discount Investment were notable decliners.
The investment will enable gas exports to Union Fenosa's installation in Egypt.
Israel Airport Authority workers are protesting the Ministry of Finance's decision to charge royalties.
Third quarter profit in 2014 was NIS 234 million, down from NIS 274 million in the corresponding quarter.
The "Emerging Markets and the EBRD Region" session at the 2014 Globes Israel Business Conference will discuss growth in China, India and Brazil.
This is the first time the Finance Ministry has demanded a cut in unfunded pension benefits at any public institution.
The institutions being targeted advised customers to open accounts in tax havens.
Adv., Meir Mizrahi & Co.
Noble Energy Israel manager Binyamin Zomer said Leviathan production had already been delayed from 2016 to 2018.
The company will use the offering to help finance the $4.5 billion acquisition of Omega Pharma.
The vehicle collision avoidance technology developer saw revenue skyrocket 70% in the third quarter.
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The US real estate developer had been seeking to raise NIS 400 million in the institutional and public tenders.
Italy's Edison and other European and US energy companies are interested in buying the fields from Delek and Noble Energy.
Blackhawk Partners has signed an MOU to invest in energy exploration and development at Ofek, Yahel and Bar-Or.
FXCM Israel: The calmer security situation yesterday has helped moderate the weakening of the shekel.
Singapore's Temasek, India's Tata and SanDisk have invested in the technology transfer company's Momentum Fund.
The Spanish bank has been searching for a foothold in the Israeli market for some time.