In surprise move, Bank of Israel cuts base rate to five-year low
Key lending rate will fall to 0.5% in August as central bank frets over slowing economy, war damage.
The Bank of Israel took economists and the financial markets by surprise on Monday, cutting its base lending record, for the first time in five months, to its lowest since the 2009 global recession.
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