The start of the Israeli trading week saw top indexes on the Tel Aviv stock exchange drop, similar to other stock markets worldwide. The TA 100 index dropped by 2.6%. The TA 25 index slumped by 2.9%, while the Tel-Tech index went down by 4.66%. A negative trend was noticeable throughout the stock market. 'Africa Israel Investments ' stocks went down by 1.68%, as a reaction to owner Lev Leviev's relocation to the UK. One of the few stocks to go up on Sunday was that of the Teva company, which saw an increase of 0.11%.