Teva plunged ahead of Monday's first quarter results and Perrigo and Mylan fell amid pharma sector gloom. But the banks rose strongly.
The Tel Aviv 25 Index ended the week on an uptick, with Nice, Ormat, Kenon, and Sodastream prominent advancers.
Higher revenue and profit and beating analyst's consensus have pushed the company's share price higher.
First quarter non-GAAP earnings per share were $0.81, $0.07 ahead of the analysts' consensus.
Revenue for the Israeli startup grew by 38% from the corresponding quarter, though adjusted EBITDA stood at $2.7 million.
Israel Corporation will soon begin a roadshow for a NIS 750 million bond issue.
The trustees hope to get NIS 250-300 million for the supermarket chain, not including inventory.
FXCM Israel: Market sources believe the Bank of Israel has intervened in trading to stop the shekel's appreciation.