Monday, October 26, 2020
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development projected Israel’s economy will grow by 3.5 percent in 2015.
Birthright Israel has contributed more than $825 million to the Israeli economy over its 14-year existence.
If confirmed, Fischer would join Janet Yellen--the third Jewish economist to hold the top spot--at the helm of the Fed.
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bill that seeks to target and cut off financing for the Iranian-backed Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah.
Jerusalem businesses whose revenues have suffered since the beginning of the current Palestinian terrorism wave were cautiously optimistic Sunday.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy named Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan as the most generous American donors of 2013.
Unemployment in Israel has fallen to an all-time low, the country’s Central Bureau of Statistics said Monday.
An Israeli legal rights NGO warned bank branches that they remain liable to compensate families of victims of terrorism from frozen Iran bank accounts.
The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange’s flagship index, the Tel Aviv 25, hit an all-time record high Wednesday, closing at 1,344 points.
Shares of an Israeli biotech company raised $73.8 million after it went public for the first time Thursday.
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