The Israeli Treasury bond market pays zero attention to the conflict with Hamas. The yield to maturity of the 10-year bond has declined to mere 2.719 per cent. It means that Israeli bonds are expensive due to a high demand and the country does not suffer from the lack of capital. The Israeli Treasury may save a lot of money o
Neither the Israeli stock market seems to suffer from an outflow of capital:
The Nazi-inspired "Boycott-Divest-Sanctions" movement aimed to destroy the only democracy in the Middle East seems to be failing.
A white male with some professional experience in finance and investing.