TEL AVIV Feb 29 Bank Hapoalim, Israel's largest lender, reported a higher quarterly profit but missed expectations as negative inflation weighed on financing income.
Hapoalim on Monday said it posted fourth-quarter net profit of 586 million shekels ($150 million), compared with 487 million a year earlier and below expectations of 731.5 million shekels in a Reuters poll of analysts.
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