Business in Brief | Sources: Israel readying for first dollar bond since March 2016 ■ Oil Refineries CEO quits, citing regulatory demands ■ Tax deductions on IPOs approved by Knesset Finance Committee ■ Teva Pharamceuticals leads Tel Aviv shares to gain
Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, sold the bonds earlier this year, but did not include them in his initial March financial disclosure
The billionaire businessman calls the purchase of bonds 'a sound investment and a deserved endorsement of a remarkable country'
C'tee led by treasury director general says firms late in repaying should face insolvency proceedings after just 6 weeks.
Group called Break the Bonds seeks divestment because it says Israel violates human rights.
New York group hoping to sell the Israeli government on the idea; it would be first issue for a specific purpose.
Institutional investors use the ratings to invest your savings, but new research shows that local firms flag up worsening conditions only after they are already public.
Says his successor at treasury tossed around exaggerated deficit projection that damaged country.
'Dankner keeps telling the public the check is in the mail, even though he knows there's no check and no envelope.'
People at Bank Leumi are starting to suspect that the would-be white knight of the IDB group is reneging. The debt deal with Dankner is contingent on it, though.
Builder owed bondholders NIS 415 million, and had NIS 13 million cash and year-end 2012.
How IDB Development saved from going-concern warning at your expense.
The purchase by the U.S. state is the largest single government purchase of Israel Bonds in American history, according to the Cleveland Jewish News.
Why your analyst is urging you to buy more and more bonds, and why you could get badly burnt.
Despite the flurry of activity, many investors remain cautious about bonds issued by property companies.
IDB Holding bondholders should ignore the Eduardo Elsztain spin, take control and fire the bums.
Nochi Dankner holding company could breach its financial covenants as soon as late 2013, credit rating agency warns.
New Bank of Israel index finds local financial markets react less to unhappy events, in part because they've been there before, done that.
Despite the global financial crisis, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange made up some lost ground this year