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Overnight campaign launched by Israel Bonds to support Israel in light of Iranian air strike

International support through Israel Bonds (Development Corporation for Israel in the United States) has accounted for $3 billion in worldwide investments since the outbreak of the war.


After Iran attack: Calm opening for Israeli markets, indices close high

Despite the massive Iranian attack, Israeli indices seemed largely stable on Sunday. Defense companies did well, but cryptocurrencies suffered.

Miriam Adelson at the inauguration of the US embassy in Jerusalem, May 14, 2018

Record-breaking number of Israelis featured on Forbes' 2024 billionaire's list

The unprecedented rise in the number of Israelis featured on Forbes' list is mainly attributed to the continued growth of Israel's hi-tech industry.

Israeli startups raised $1.6 billion in the first quarter, up 10% from previous quarter

Leumitech and IVC data provider, have published the first data from the Tech Review report for the first quarter of 2024.

Fighting back against antisemitism with Israel Bonds

How can concerned Americans demonstrate their unwavering resolve for the State of Israel? One exceptionally effective way is to purchase Israel bonds.

The price of the Gaza war: How much will Israelis pay for more soldiers?

The study found that higher economic costs stemmed from reserve duty rather than regular service.


By 2036, National Insurance Institute won't be able to pay pensions

According to the actuarial report, starting in 2030, a partial early fund redemption will be implemented, and it is projected to be depleted by 2036.


Your Taxes: Israeli taxation is going higher and higher

With a war to finance and COVID-19 expenses still lingering, Israeli taxation is going only one way, which isn’t down.


Top private investor to ‘Post’: Smart money should look at Israel

Melanie Sturm said that Israeli technology continues to help the world, powering phones, protecting computers, making farms more sustainable, and more. 

State to pay Gaza hostages compensation for missed wages since Oct. 7

The Knesset Labor and Welfare Committee approved retroactive payments for Gaza hostages in lieu of salaries, with even those unemployed to get NIS 7,000 minimum.

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