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.
Israel's credit rating upgrade depended on complete failure to perceive which way the wind is blowing in Netanyahu's government.
Israel's lower debt ratio and budget deficit, and high growth have been impressive achievements over the past decade.
You had better live up to your responsibility for the Bank of Israel's standing, outgoing governor Karnit Flug is telling the prime minister between the lines.