State of Israel Bonds are BackIsrael Bonds were back on the U.S. market Monday for the first time since March 2009.
Bank of Israel Cuts Interest RateThe Bank of Israel has cut its interest rate for February from 2.75 to 2.5 percent, noting the slowdown that began in 2011 "continues."
Saudi Hacker Outs 11,000 More Credit Card NumbersHacker "0xOmar" claims he possesses the credit card details of about a million Israelis.
Bank of Israel to Hold Interest at 3%Eyeing negative trends in the US economy and desiring to mitigate inflation and housing costs, the Bank of Israel is holding the line.
Bank of Israel’s Fischer: No Global RecessionCalm down. A global recession is not on the horizon, says Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer.
Bank of Israel Confident Despite US WoesFinance Ministry, Bank of Israel officials discuss implications of downgrading of US long-term credit rating.
Netanyahu Housing Plans Foiled?Bank of Israel instructs banks to tighten their financing terms for developers, presenting a problem for PM's cheap housing plan.
Economy Grows, More JobsBank of Israel decides to leave interest rate unchanged for July at 3.25 percent to support further growth, while maintaining stability.
Economic Report: All Systems UpBank of Israel report on Israeli economic progress in Jan-Apr 2011. Bottom line: Economy continues to grow, housing prices still on the rise.
Fischer Runs for IMF HeadBank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer has officially announced he is in the running to head the International Money Fund.
Bank of Israel Governor for IMF?Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer is a possible candidate to head the International Money Fund, but has made no final decision.
Interest Rate Raised to 3.25Bank of Israel announced the raising of the interest rate for June by 25 basis points.
Hareidi Work Studies SoarThe number of hareidi-religious Jews learning professions has tripled in the last three years, the Bank of Israel announced.
'I Agree with Sheshinski'Deputy Governor of the Bank of Israel praises Israel’s economy and addresses the controversial issue of royalties from the natural gas bonanza.
Shekels Exchanged in HamastanThe Bank of Israel has fulfilled its obligation to replace old and worn-out currency, sending over 30 million new New Israeli Shekels to Gaza.
Israel's Unemployment Rate DropsIsrael's unemployment rate drops for the third quarter in a row.
GDP Up 4.9% in Last Quarter of 2Netanyahu notes GDP growth is 'almost the highest among developed countries.' Fischer: 2009 'a more successful year than we initially expected.'
Fischer Agrees To Second TermGovernor of the Bank of Israel Stanley Fischer has accepted another five-year term at the invitation of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Fischer: Israel's Economy StrongBank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer assured the Conference of Presidents that Israel's strong economy can withstand adversity.
Israel First to Raise InterestBank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer announces 0.25% interest hike, making Israel the first to raise interest since global financial crisis hit.