Israel Foreign Direct Investment (USD bn)

Foreign Direct Investment in Israel

After robust growth in Q4, the economy likely slowed in Q1. The real estate sector lost steam amid interest rate hikes, with house prices softening and housing transactions plummeting in February. Moreover, the manufacturing PMI averaged lower in Q1 than in Q4. Market uncertainty, strikes and protests linked to the government’s now-paused reform to weaken judicial independence could have further dampened momentum. That said, a strong labor market and recovering tourist arrivals will have provided support. Turning to Q2, judicial reform continues to overshadow the political panorama. Protests against the government continue, and Moody’s downgraded Israel’s credit outlook from positive to stable in mid-April. The reform’s eventual approval, a watered-down proposal or shelving the legislation are all possible outcomes, and the risk of the coalition’s premature collapse is rising.

Israel Foreign Direct Investment Chart

This chart displays Foreign Direct Investment (USD bn) for Israel from 2012 to 2021.

Israel Foreign Direct Investment Data

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Foreign Direct Investment (USD bn) 16.9 21.5 17.4 24.3 29.6

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