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Moody’s has lowered Israel’s credit rating from A1 to A2 due to the recent conflict with Hamas, which is believed to significantly increase political risk for the country in the near future. In addition, the potential threat of an escalation of the situation between Israel and Hezbollah was also cited as a reason for lowering Israel’s credit rating outlook. The decision by Moody’s reflects concerns about the impact of these events on Israel’s institutions and political stability.

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