In Israel, publication of the Bank of Israel protocols on the interest rate decision did not make waves, but the rest of the world attributed far more importance to them.
The market sees the Governor of the Bank of Israel's failure to use the market intervention weapon as weakness.
Energean's acquisition of Edison E&P shocked the energy market, but the company's sterling record in Israel gives hope that it will succeed.
The Israeli public has interests liable to be affected by excessive influence in the hands of the Chinese government.
After leaving the Finance Ministry to Yair Lapid and Moshe Kahlon, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is talking like he wants the economy back in Likud hands.
The bad news of recent months failed to dent S&P's confidence in the Israeli economy and in the government's ability to repay its debts.
Israel's finance minister prefers listening to people who tell him forecasts are just scaremongering than to his professional economists.
The latest macro figures show fiscal policy unraveling while Israel's main economic problem is worsening.
The Bank of Israel will continue to purchase foreign currency outside of the program framework.
While leaving the interest rate at 0.1%, the Bank of Israel is preparing the market for a future interest rate hike.