Shekel-dollar rate hits 18-month low

March 28, 2013 05:39


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The shekel has strengthened against the dollar and euro in inter-bank trading on Thursdai, after the local markets were closed for Passover.

The shekel-dollar exchange rate has fallen 0.92%, compared with Friday's representative rate, to NIS 3.632, and the shekel-euro exchange rate has fallen 1.93% to NIS 4.651/€. The shekel-dollar rate is at its loweest point since September 2011, and the shekel-euro rate is at its lowest point since May 2010.

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