Reuters is reporting that the New Israeli Shekel has hit a two-month low in the wake of Israel’s assassination of Hamas Military chief Ahmad al-Jaabari.
A dealer from Israel Discount Bank, Dan Biro, told Reuters that the drop was more than had been expected.
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