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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?David Rosenberg, 2/22/2016, 5:23 PM

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?David Rosenberg, 2/16/2016, 8:02 AM

Warning signs for Israeli hi-tech

Once vaunted Israeli hi-tech sector now faces decline, as there are not enough computer science graduates to sustain growth.David Rosenberg, 2/15/2016, 6:11 PM

Israel has 2nd-highest income gap in OECD

Lack of competition exacerbating gap between rich and poor; Israel still one of the world's most stable and flourishing economies.Raphael Poch, 1/31/2016, 12:40 PM

Analyst: Little Govt. Can Do to Spur Economy

Because his coalition is so small, Binyamin Netanyahu's government doesn't have many options to promote the economy, said Moody's.Arutz Sheva Staff, 8/24/2015, 7:28 PM

Chief Rabbi Issues Unprecedented Halakhic Ruling

Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar issued Halakhic rulings aimed at preventing an economic crisis in Israel and narrowing the wealth gap.Annie Lubin, 1/17/2013, 12:05 PM

'Israel's Success Based on Employees'

Eli Groner, Israel’s Economic Envoy in Washington, at AIPAC: Israel has created a culture of innovation and entrepreneurialism.Elad Benari & Hezki Baruch, 3/5/2012, 7:12 AM

Interest Rate Raised to 3.0

Governor of Bank of Israel surprises the market, raises interest by 0.5 percent.Gil Ronen, 3/29/2011, 1:44 PM

Israeli Consumers Confident

The recent diplomatic spat with the United States has not affected Israeli consumer confidence, which is rising rapidly.Malkah Fleisher, 3/31/2010, 10:08 PM

Egypt: No Energy Deals w/ Israel

The Egyptian Energy Ministry has denied reports it is planning to include Israel in a project to create a regional electricity grid.Hana Levi Julian, 2/21/2010, 5:17 PM

Israeli Stocks Beat the Market

A $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.Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 1/4/2010, 12:11 AM

Israel First to Raise Interest

Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer announces 0.25% interest hike, making Israel the first to raise interest since global financial crisis hit.Maayana Miskin, 8/24/2009, 8:02 PM