Israeli Bonds Gain to Five-Month High as Flug Signals Rate Cuts

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  • Yields may fall as much as 20 basis points, IBI analyst says
  • Economy facing slowest growth rate since 2009 amid violence

Israeli government bonds gained, pushing yields to the lowest since May, as investors predicted central bank Governor Karnit Flug will be open to resuming interest-rate cuts to shore up the economy.

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