Bluestar Israel Technology ETF (ITEQ)
$60.86 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 66.95M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 60.86 - 60.86
52-Week Range 29.62 - 62.46
Dividend & Yield 0.17 (0.28%)
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Israel's cabinet has voted to impose a second nationwide lockdown starting Friday, becoming the only developed country to shut down again.Infections have surged ninefold and deaths have quadrupled since late May, while nearly one-fifth of the labor force remains out of work even though most of the economy has been open for months.Other countries dealing with new record infection rates are watching the three-week lockdown closely, which will coincide with a major Jewish holiday season.Israel's Finance Ministry estimates the new restrictions will cost the economy 19B shekels ($5.5B), and a relief program is to be presented by Thursday.ETFs: EIS, ITEQ, IZRL, ISRA, ISL
Things are changing rapidly in the Middle East as the first Israeli commercial airliner flew over Saudi Arabia on a non-stop flight from Israel.Aboard the El Al (OTC:ELALF) Boeing 737 were top aides to President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who were flying to the United Arab Emirates to put the final touches on a pact establishing open relations between the Gulf power and Israel.