Israel could be vulnerable to global shock – central bank

The Bank of Israel
David Vaaknin

Israel’s financial markets could be more vulnerable to a sudden tightening of global financial conditions, and liquidity in local markets has worsened, the country’s central bank warns.

Israeli markets are closely integrated with global capital markets, the Bank of Israel says in a summary of its latest financial stability report, published on June 30.

The central bank expresses concern that trading volumes on the Israeli stock market were already low by international standards and have fallen

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