Shekel stronger against dollar, euro jumps

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April 21, 2011 11:23

 
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The shekel exchange rate was down 0.51% against the dollar on Thursday in inter-bank trading at NIS 3.407/$, but the euro rose sharply by 0.95% to NIS 4.989/€.

The shekel-dollar exchange rate remains close to a 30 month low.

On global markets, the major currencies were stable with the dollar fractionally weaker against the euro at $1.457/€.

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