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Barak Eilam Photo: Eyal Izhar Nice Systems beats analysts in Q2, raises guidance

Nice Systems CEO Barak Eilam: We believe we will achieve the same outstanding success in digital as we have in cloud.

Home service co AIQHome Israel files for TASE IPO

The company has developed a platform called AIQOO Marketplace for home service professionals and contractors in the US.

Shekel-dollar ASAP Creative Bank of Israel slowed foreign currency purchases in July

After buying $25 billion in foreign currency in the first six months of 2021, the Bank of Israel only bought $500 million last month.

Yoni Assia CEO eToro Photo: PR eToro boosted by Robinhood's success

Investor site Seeking Alpha yesterday tweeted a quote from an investor who described eToro as the 'European Robinhood' and added that it was too cheap.

Swedish co Embrace buys Israel gaming co CrazyLabs

The acquisition of the Israeli mobile gaming company was made possible after a legal settlement between the three founders.

Micah Kaufmann Photo: Omer Hacohen Fiverr plunges after cutting guidance

The Israeli freelance platform says it is being harmed by the post-Covid effect and the easing of restrictions.

Daniel Schreiber and Shai Wininger Lemonade slumps on disappointing results

The Israeli online insurer saw revenue fall in the second quarter while its loss widened.

Riskified IPO Photo: CRC Media Riskified underwriters exercise $55.1m in options

The Israeli e-commerce fraud protection company has now raised $418 million in its NYSE IPO and currently has a market cap of $4.5 billion.

Shekel Photo: ASAP Creative Shekel strengthens as Bank of Israel stands back

Energy Finance CEO Yossi Frank: There is a speculative attack on the shekel as traders believe that the Bank of Israel has run out of ammunition.

Gil Mandelzis / Photo: Eyal Tueg, PR Israeli fintech co Capitolis acquires LMRKTS

The acquisition will allow Capitolis to provide banks, asset managers, and hedge funds with the broadest and most complete trade compression solutions.

Cipia Vision Credit: Company website Auto-tech co Cipia Vision files for TASE IPO

The Israeli company develops and markets two products based on computer vision AI driver monitoring systems.

Google Pay Google delays Google Pay launch in Israel

Google's payment system is now expected to start operating in Israel only towards the end of the year.

Avi Ortal / Photo: Oren Dai, PR Leumi Partners invests in vegan products co Vgarden

Leumi Partners CEO Avi Ortal: The international foodtech market is huge, and Vgarden can become a substantial player in it.

Rapyd billboards Photo: Rapyd Fintech co Rapyd raises $300m at $8.75b valuation

Rapyd has more than tripled its valuation since its last financing round in January to become Israel's most valuable, privately-held tech company.

Shekel Photo: ASAP Creative Budget approval sees shekel gains continue

Boosted by the cabinet's agreement on the 2021-2022 budget, the shekel is trading at its strongest since January.

Ronen Faier  credit: Eyal Izhar SolarEdge jumps on strong Q2 results, Q3 guidance

CFO Ronen Faier: There is a very strong increase in demand in all countries and in all the segments.

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Bumper month for debt offerings on TASE

Thanks to Azrieli Group, Elbit Systems, and Israel Electric Corporation, debt raised in Tel Aviv reached NIS 11.6 billion in July.

Russell Ellwanger / Photo: Einat Levron , Globes Tower reports higher revenue and profit in Q2

The Israeli semiconductor company beat the analysts on revenue and profit.

Gilad Japhet Photo: MyHeritage Genealogy platform MyHeritage buys French rival Filae

The Israeli company will leverage Filae’s expertise in French historical records to extend its global reach.

Bank Hapoalim Photo: Eyal Fisher Hapoalim to distribute first dividend since 2018

Hapoalim will distribute a dividend of NIS 618 million on 2020's profits - the maximum amount allowed by the Bank of Israel.

Sheltered housing  credit: Shutterstock/SeventyFour Shapir buying Till 120 sheltered housing network

A Shapir Engineering unit has agreed to buy 53% of Till 120 from The Phoenix at a valuation of NIS 1.35 billion.

Teva Photo: Tamar Matsafi Analysts see upside in Teva share price

Analysts are more concerned about the ultimate legal settlement on the opioid crisis than last week's tepid financial results.

Viola Ventures congratulates portfolio companies on their IPOs credit: City Media Apple's privacy move pressures Israels digital ad sector

Companies like Playtika, ironSource and Outbrain have been struck blind when it comes to Apple users.

Shekel Photo: ASAP Creative Shekel ends July at strongest since January

Mizrahi-Tefahot Bank chief strategist Modi Shafrir: The Bank of Israel hinted last week that its foreign currency purchasing program will end.

Eido Gal and Assaf Feldman  credit: Adi Orni Riskified jumps on NYSE debut

CEO Eido Gal: The IPO was not for the cash but to position us to capture more customers in the online sales fraud protection market.

Outbrain Nasdaq IPO Photo: PR How are IPOs priced on Wall Street?

11 Israeli companies have held Wall Street IPOs this year. Oppenheimer Israel co-CEO Harel Gillon unravels the mysterious mechanisms behind the pricing of shares.

Medical devices Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Surgical Science Sweden buys Simbionix for $305m

With its R&D center based in Airport City, the Israel-founded surgical simulation company was acquired by 3D Systems in 2014 for $120 million.

Riskified founders Eido Gal and Assaf Feldman  / Photo: Tal Orani Riskified begins trading on NYSE at $3.3b valuation

The Israeli e-commerce fraud protection company is raising $363 million and an additional $55.1 million, if the underwriters exercise their options.

El Al Photo: PR El Al asks Treasury to postpone $105m TASE offering

With continued restrictions on international travel, the Israeli carrier is struggling to recover from the Covid crisis.

Eli Kalif  / Photo: PR Teva CFO hopes for growth in 2022

As Teva's share price jumps sharply, despite the cut in guidance, Eli Kalif talks about future growth.

Anath Levin  credit: Rami Zarnegar "The big question is where government money will go"

Surveying the investment landscape, BlackRock Israel head Anath Levin says spending on programs that produce growth can mitigate inflation fears.

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