As of month-end September themarker.com reported, the forex reserves had shrunk to about $24.2 billion, down 0.4% from the end of August.
From the beginning of the year, Israel's foreign currency reserves have increased by 4.3%, spiking in June but losing 2.4% since then.
The Bank of Israel attributed the slide mainly to Israel's commercial banks withdrawing foreign curr
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