The Bank of Israel cut its benchmark interest rate to a 22-month low and set limits on mortgage spending in an effort to counter slowing economic growth without fueling a housing bubble.
Following are details of the September industrial producer prices report from the Central Bureau of Statistics in Zagreb:
The Federal Reserve will release minutes from its Jan. 28-29 meeting, the last presided over by former Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and at which policy makers further reduced the central bank’s record stimulus.
Israeli inflation remained below the mid-point of the central bank’s target range for a fourth month in January as growth moderated and the shekel appreciated.
Following is a summary of the August consumer prices report from the Central Bureau of Statistics in Zagreb: