Israel: Stock market review

Album, Andrew
March 1998
Middle East;Mar98, Issue 276, p29
Reviews the performance of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) for 1997. Information on the 30 percent gain of the main index; Comparisons to Oman and Turkey; When these gains were achieved; Details on the level of economic growth; Reference to a report from Bank Hapoalim; Speculation on the performance of the economy for 1998.


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