End of the housing bubble?Steady rise in price of housing has finally halted. But is this just a pause or the sign of a long term change?
Negative interest rates: Could Israel be next?With deepening deflation despite soaring housing prices, will Israel be the next country to try extreme monetary policies?
Warning signs for Israeli hi-techOnce vaunted Israeli hi-tech sector now faces decline, as there are not enough computer science graduates to sustain growth.
Israel has 2nd-highest income gap among OECD countriesLack of competition exacerbating gap between rich and poor; Israel still one of the world's most stable and flourishing economies.
Analyst: Little Govt. Can Do to Spur Economic GrowthBecause his coalition is so small, Binyamin Netanyahu's government doesn't have many options to promote the economy, said Moody's.
Chief Rabbi Issues Unprecedented Halakhic Ruling on EconomyChief Rabbi Shlomo Amar issued Halakhic rulings aimed at preventing an economic crisis in Israel and narrowing the wealth gap.
Economic Envoy: Israel's Success is Based on its EmployeesEli Groner, Israel’s Economic Envoy in Washington, at AIPAC: Israel has created a culture of innovation and entrepreneurialism.
Interest Rate Raised to 3.0 PercentGovernor of Bank of Israel surprises the market, raises interest by 0.5 percent.
Consumer Confidence at 10 Year High, Despite Tension With USThe recent diplomatic spat with the United States has not affected Israeli consumer confidence, which is rising rapidly.
Egyptian Energy Ministry: No Deals with IsraelThe Egyptian Energy Ministry has denied reports it is planning to include Israel in a project to create a regional electricity grid.
Israeli Stocks Beat the MarketA $1,000 investment in the S&P 500 in the US in 2000 would be worth $918 today. The same amount in Israel’s top index would have more than doubled.
Israel Becomes 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.