The shekel continued to slide against the US dollar on Tuesday, trading at NIS 3.763, its lowest rate since March 2020.
At one point, the shekel reached NIS 3.77 per dollar, before recovering slightly. The closing exchange rate was still a one percent rise over Monday’s rate.
The Israeli currency also slid against the euro, which traded at NIS 4.1144, a rise of 0.915% over the day before.
Monday saw the shekel fall against the dollar but then slow its descent after Fitch Ratings affirmed Israel’s A+ credit rating with a stable outlook, as it did in March, but continued to warn of fallout if the government advances additional parts of its overhaul of the judiciary.... Read More: Times of Israel