Israel stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Insurance, Financials and Real Estate sectors led shares higher.
A surprisingly close U.S. election contest caused the dollar to swing around in cash markets on Wednesday but derivatives market "fear" gauges showed implied currency volatility declining from multi-year highs as big bets on a weaker dollar were unwound.
Deutsche Bank (DE:DBKGn) said on Wednesday it had changed its view on the U.S. dollar given an extremely uncertain U.S. election outcome and no longer sees a "compelling narrative" for dollar weakness.
The Turkish lira resumed its drop as early presidential election results in the U.S. pointed to a closer race than polls had predicted, while traders focused on the prospects for a local interest-rate hike.
Boeing (N:BA) cut its rolling 20-year forecast for airplane demand on Tuesday, sending its shares lower as the COVID-19 pandemic lays waste to deliveries over the next few years.