Money market futures in Israel are an important source of liquidity in the Jewish state, but the market has been largely unregulated since the financial crisis, when the Israeli central bank and the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched a war on black market speculation.
The central bank announced last month that it would start charging daily market prices for the futures contracts.
The move is expected to have an immediate effect on the market, which has been subject to intense pressure from banks and investors to take action to stabilize the market.
According to the central bank, there is a “substantial risk that market liquidity in Israel will be damaged by a failure to regulate and protect the market.”
That has prompted a fierce backlash among some Jews, who say that the government is trying to make the market even less stable than it already is.
Israel has a population of nearly 4 million people, which makes it a particularly sensitive financial market for many Israelis.
According of the Israeli financial sector, Israeli-born individuals make up roughly two-thirds of the population and are largely responsible for most of the money in the country.
However, a large percentage of the country’s economy is run by foreigners, many of whom are immigrants from countries like China, India, and Turkey.
Many of these immigrants have come to Israel to work and have no intention of returning home, according to the Financial Times, a news publication in Israel.
Many have been brought to Israel for the countrys vast potential, but they also have families here who need to support them.
In addition, many Israelis are reluctant to bring their families to Israel and have been hesitant to invest.
According the Times, Israel’s largest stock exchange, Mizrahi, has been the target of an international campaign by several Jewish groups, including the Anti-Defamation League, which said in a statement that Mizraheis efforts to create a more stable market are “unacceptable.”
“Mizrahi is currently facing a number of major issues that have caused it to be under pressure from international banks and traders to stop its operations,” the statement said.
“The fact that Mizrachi is being targeted by a foreign investor, who is claiming to be Israeli, is shocking and indicates that the Jewish community is losing faith in Mizrahis ability to provide a stable and reliable source of financial services for its citizens,” the group said in its statement.
The Anti-Mizrak Committee, a coalition of Jewish organizations that has pushed for the creation of a market in Israel, also blasted Mizraheim in a tweet last month, saying that it “is creating a financial system in Israel that will destroy Israel.”
The Jewish community has been critical of the move, as well.
On Monday, the head of Mizrahey said that Mizrak is “trying to create something that will never happen in Israel” and called the move a “disgrace” that would hurt the country, according the Times.