A 2.4% drop in prices in the past six months must be set against the 127% increase during the decade ending last August.
Despite a mild report that flatters the government, the Minister of Finance is furious that the Bank of Israel is not positive enough on his housing policy.
An international comparative study of public transport found that only Naples and Rome had lower levels of consumer satisfaction than Jerusalem.
The rise of aggressive dictatorships is straining the international order and forcing Israel to perform a delicate balancing act.
Israel's good economic performance hides extreme and worrying gaps that are liable to worsen.
Due to their aggressive actions and threats, Russia and Turkey might justly be labelled the "Great Thug" and the "Little Thug."
Lower US corporate tax rates are the least of Israel's worries.