Growth figures boost shekel against dollar, euro

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August 17, 2011 16:11

 
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The shekel was stronger against the dollar and the euro Wednesday morning in inter-bank foreign currency trading. The shekel dollar exchange rate was down 0.4 percent to NIS 3.524/$, and down 0.1% against the euro to NIS 5.076/€.

In the foreign currency market yesterday, the Bank of Israel set the shekel-dollar representative exchange rate up 0.51% to NIS 3.538/$, and the shekel-euro representative exchange rate up 0.90% to NIS 5.081/€.

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