The Bank of Israel reported on Wednesday that foreign investors are continuing to sell their assets in Israel.

In November total investments by foreigners shrunk by $178 million, compared with a drop of $51 million in October.

Foreigners mostly sold government bonds in November, selling $404 million worth of bonds, compared with a net deposit of $45 million in October.

In addition, foreigners sold stocks worth $69 million in November. This trend has been going on for the last several months.

After in October withdrawing money from deposits in Israel, in November foreigners deposited $164 million in foreign currency deposits and $292 million in shekel deposits.