The Bank of Israel reports that on Thursday, September 22, currency trading ended with an increase in the dollar and a depreciation of the single European currency against the Israeli shekel. The dollar is slightly more expensive than the euro.
The dollar rose by 0.298% and amounted to 3.474 shekels per $1. The euro exchange rate fell by 0.233% and amounted to 3.427 shekels per €1.
Since the second half of August, the dollar and euro rates are approximately equal.