The Bank of Israel reports that on Tuesday, July 18, currency trading resulted in a moderate appreciation of the dollar and a sharp jump in the rate of the single European currency to the Israeli shekel.
The dollar rose 0,564% and amounted to 3,565 NIS per $1. The Euro – 1,329% and amounted to 4,118 NIS per €1.
Trading on the tel Aviv stock exchange are characterized by currently mixed.
On 10 July, the monetary Commission under the leadership of the head of the Central Bank Karnit Flug decided to leave the interest rate for July-August unchanged at 0.1%. The last time the discount rate was lowered in February 2015 – 0.15%.