Leiderman: Odds growing for central bank intervention in Israel currency market
Chief economist at Bank Hapoalim, and reportedly a leading candidate to be the next central bank governor. says this will raise the risks involved in the foreign exchange market to a more reasonable and realistic level.
The likelihood of the Bank of Israel intervening in the currency market is growing, according to Leo Leiderman, chief economist at Bank Hapoalim and reportedly a leading candidate to be the next central bank governor.
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