Analysis: Conflicts with Palestinians rarely leave a scratch on Israel’s markets

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By Marc Jones and Steven Scheer LONDON/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli-Palestinian conflicts rarely cause lasting damage to Israel’s markets, history shows, because investors both direct and indirect appear more interested in a resilient economy – and one currently bulging with tech money. Nights of rocket attacks by Israeli forces on Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip and by the militants on Israeli towns, combined with a dip in global markets last week, did give Israel’s shekel and stock market their worst week since March, but the falls have already been largely recouped. Israel’s econom…

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