The Bank of Israel attributed the decline to a $1.9 billion increase due toBank of Israel purchases of dollars on the market, as part of its planned increase in the foreign exchange reserves. This increase was offset by a $1.82 billion reduction in commercial banks' foreign currency deposits with the Bank of Israel, $89 in public sector transfers abroad, and a downward revaluation of $578 million of the foreign exchange reserves.
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