Israeli Inflation-Linked Bonds Gain on Rate Cut, Consumer PricesSharon Wrobel
Israel’s inflation-linked bonds had the biggest monthly gain in more than a year after the central bank’s second rate cut in three months and shortages of natural gas fueled speculation that consumer prices will accelerate.
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