The Bank of Israel said a cut in its key lending rate due to have come into effect on Thursday has been delayed until the first bank business day after a national strike that has entered its second day.
The central bank announced a 0.3 percentage point reduction in its key rate for May to 8.4 percent. The Histadrut labour fe
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