Israeli stock markets were largely closed Thursday as Israel’s government moved to ease its isolation.
Investors in Israel’s largest technology companies jumped 3.7 percent to 6,091.50.
The biggest gainers were Ingenuity and Digital Equipment Corporation, up 10.4 percent.
Israel’s economy is struggling with a severe shortage of skilled labor.
The stock market rally began after Israel’s finance minister, Naftali Bennett, said on Thursday that he would ease restrictions on access to capital.
The move came as Trump moved to end US sanctions on Iran and lift some restrictions on exports of advanced technology to the country.
The U.S. is trying to broker a deal with Iran to limit its nuclear program and also for the Islamic Republic to return to international negotiations with the West, a step that could be a key component in negotiations to end the conflict in Syria.
A U.N. Security Council resolution that passed earlier this week calls for the return of Iranian prisoners and an end to the U.F.O. embargo on U.H.V. supplies.
U.S.-Iranian relations have been strained since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
U.R.C.C., which has been a leading technology producer in Iran, has also been among the most vocal critics of the Islamic republic.