Israeli shares haven’t exactly boomed since Election Day, but they should have, since paranoia and defense spending are on the rise, and Lethal Toys R Us. So what’s an investor to do?
Riding consumer interest in healthier eating, the fizzy-drink device maker restored profitability and its share price.
While modest fashion bloggers catch eyes on Instagram, the need for clothes that will suit the Muslim fashionista is quickly being translated into demand.
The rise comes despite the cold and rainy weather, which would normally have resulted in a decline in sales of beverages and in retail sales in general.
Drone maker Aeronautics is on the way to billion-shekel IPO in Tel Aviv; Delek Group receives $1.75 billion loan for its share of Leviathan development costs.
Companies tipped to gain include defense contractor Elbit Systems, Magal Security Systems and Check Point Software Technologies.
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Israeli heirs to U.S. property or stocks may have to pay inheritance taxes.
Employees to be entitled to annual wage increases and higher pay grades, as well as paid Jewish and Muslim holidays.