Bank of Israel Holds Lending Rate, Resisting Pressure to CutBy
All 21 economists surveyed by Bloomberg predicted the decision
BOI concludes this is not the time for unconventional steps
The Bank of Israel left its benchmark interest rate near zero, concluding that unconventional action isn’t warranted to weaken the export-battering shekel and spur inflation after 17 months of price drops.
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