Bank of Israel raises rates by largest amount since 2002

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The Bank of Israel

The Bank of Israel’s monetary policy committee announced its largest policy rate rise in 20 years on August 22 as inflation continued to rise.

The six-member MPC voted to increase the policy rate by 75 basis points to 2%, its highest level since 2012. The hike was its fourth consecutive increase and the largest since 2002.

Year-on-year inflation rate rose for the fourth consecutive month in July to reach 5.2%, above the central bank’s target band of between 1% and 3%. The Bank of Israel’s

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