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Bank of Israel seen leaving interest rate unchanged


Leader Capital Markets macroeconomist Yonatan Katz believes that the Bank of Israel will keep the interest rate unchanged at tomorrow's meeting,

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Gloom over steep fall in exports


"We're talking about an extraordinary drop of 12.6% in industrial exports in June, compared with May. Even though these are figures

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Can Fite, Medigus Rise as Tachlit Offers Biomed Tracking Index


“This is the first ETP that follows the biomed index and there is a chance we will see more in

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Leader upgrades Teva


Analyst Sabina Podval: The Copaxone patents win is excellent news

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Ormat Shares Beat U.S. Unit by Most Since 2005: Israel Overnight


“The takeover bid by FIMI has brought a lot of interest in the shares,” said Leader Capital Markets analyst Oz Levi

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Leader's Alon Glazer: Banks still cheap


Leader Capital Markets VP research Alon Glazer says in response to today's profit warnings by Bank Leumi and First International Bank of Israel that the warnings were

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3-Israeli banks warn of sharply lower Q3 profits


"Of course, if we see capital markets continue to fall the banks will be hurt. But it is important to stress that as of now, the banks'

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Get ready for poor bank results


Leader Capital Markets analyst Alon Glazer sees all the banks except for Mizrahi presenting low third quarter profits

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Analysts reiterate Teva "Outperform" rating despite weak results


Sabina Podval reiterated her "Outperform" recommendation for Teva with a target price of $49. "Now is the best time to substantially increase a position in the paper"

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Ramon Amit: Don't buy property, buy real estate shares


Leader Capital Markets thinks housing contractors are highly undervalued

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Israel's Gazit-Globe raises $130 mln in bond issue


Israeli real estate investment company Gazit-Globe (GLOB.TA) raised 500 million shekels ($130 million) in a public offering of bonds

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