at CNBC.com (Jul 28, 2014)
The Bank of Israel cuts its benchmark rate 25 basis points to 2.25%, citing inflation "below the...
The Bank of Israel cuts its benchmark rate 25 basis points to 2.25%, citing inflation "below the center" of the 1-3% target range, and, of course, nodding to slowing worldwide growth and the risks from Europe. The Bank expects Israeli growth to continue at the moderate pace of 3%.
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