The blue chip TA-25 index fell 0.2 percent to close at 1,228 points, and the broader TA-100 index fell the same percentage to end the day at 1,085 points.
Its troubled real estate unit was jettisoned, a gas bonanza is just around the corner and the dividends just keep on coming.
With release of 3rd-quarter results, Nochi Dankner jets off to persuade Argentinean to inject $75m more into parent company.
Communications company does business in Israel under the Orange brand.
Itay Strum of the Swiss-Israeli brokerage firm ISP Financial is accused of helping manipulate shares in Dankner's IDB Holding.
Creditors are demanding he quickly reach a settlement, inject his own money into IDB Holding.
Idan Ofer's holding company conditioning money on a viable business plan from the financially troubled electric-vehicle firm.
Even though he successfully completed the share issue last February that's at the center of the Israel Securities Authority's investigation, Dankner has not been able to extricate the company from its financial woes, despite the NIS 321 million the stock issue brought in.
Dankner also under investigation for stock manipulation; Securities Authority frees him on NIS 5m bond, bans him from leaving country.
While Yitzhak Tshuva's Elad Group and Elad Canada unit trim their debts, his insurance arm Phoenix Holdings is taking the plunge.