Israel 2022 Bond Falls as Rates Seen on Hold Amid Faster GrowthSharon Wrobel
Israel’s benchmark government bonds fell, pushing yields higher for the first time in more than a week, on investor bets the Bank of Israel will keep interest rates unchanged tomorrow as economic growth accelerates.
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