The second delivery of food, water and medical supplies arrived in Gaza late Sunday afternoon, the UN’s relief chief said.
While markets initially had a knee-jerk reaction to the Israel-Hamas war, with higher oil prices and lower bond yields, they’ve since calmed down, with the S&P 500 closing 1.5% higher on October 17.
The UN Palestinian Refugee Agency said its staff in Gaza can no longer provide humanitarian assistance in the territory due to the ongoing blockade.
For bigger tech companies, Israel’s mass mobilization has proven a manageable hiccup in business as usual. For smaller ones, it can pose an existential challenge.