The Bank of Israel reports that on Monday, February 5, currency trading resulted in a moderate rise of the dollar and a slight depreciation of the single European currency to the Israeli shekel.
The dollar rose 0,350% and amounted to 3,442 NIS per $1. The Euro fell by 0,056% and amounted to 4,282 NIS per €1.
Trading on the tel Aviv stock exchange are present, a significant decline in all major indexes.
January 10 monetary Commission under the leadership of the head of the Central Bank Karnit Flug decided to leave interest rates next month and a half without any changes. The discount rate in January-February will be at the level of 0.1%.