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shekels

(ˈʃɛklæz)
n. dollars; money. (From the Hebrew name for a unit of weight.) You got a few shekels you can spare?
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It in addition signed a loan agreement with a group of institutional corporations, under which in December 2017, the lenders will offer the company with a loan in the principal amount of ILS 100 million, with unlinked shekel interest at 4.
Policy maker, Rafi Melnick, said that the central bank was not considering setting a minimum exchange rate for the shekel even though the bank was under pressure to do so.
Shalom said that by 2015, the transition to gas-based production is expected save the Israeli economy about three billion shekels (about 850 million dollars) per month.
All these currencies were firmer on Friday against the weaker dollar, with the lira and shekel up around 0.
The Bank of Israel's assessment of inflation in the next twelve months was revised upwards in light of the weakness of the shekel in the last month, the continued increase in house prices, and the planned hikes in indirect taxes.
Other moves on the menu include adopting the euro or the dollar instead of the shekel, Wazir pointed out.
BNP advises clients to take "long" positions in the rand, shekel and lira while "shorting" the Hungarian forint, Polish zloty and Czech koruna, Elisabeth Gruie, an emerging-market currency strategist in London, told Bloomberg agency.
As economic activity increases, the shekel collects here in the system.
With each tribe presenting a silver bowl that weighed 130 shekels, a silver basin that weighed 70 shekels.
The half shekel coin was first minted during the Great Revolt against the Romans.
percentage of the issued share capital now held by Shekel should have read 3.
Ibbi-Ilabrat, son of Warad-Sin, rents a house to Nigia for one year for one shekel of silver.
In Leviticus (27:25), we read: "Every valuation shall be according to the shekel of the sanctuary.
Caltech seismologist Nick Shekel said the magnitude-3.
The shekel dropped the most in almost three months after the Bank of Israel bought US dollars for the third time in a week in a bid to weaken the currency.