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Sharemarket edges lower amid quiet trading

New Zealand shares edged lower in quiet trading as investors weighed up the mixed messages from Wall Street on Friday and NZX's trading platform suffered an outage late in the day. Synlait Milk declined ahead of an investor update this week. (19-0)

NZ shares gain, Ryman hits record

New Zealand shares rose as Ryman Healthcare climbed to a new record after last week's strong earnings result, while upcoming index reweightings stoked demand for Fisher & Paykel Healthcare while weighing on Contact Energy. (28-0)

Brian Gaynor: Focused a2 shows how it's done, who's next?

The rise and rise of a2 Milk has been one of the NZX's most exciting stories. (4-0)

Deloitte Top 200: CFO of the Year - Steve Gray, Port of Tauranga

Steve Gray is not afraid of a challenge and it is that tenacity and staying power that has seen him recognised as the Massey Business School Chief Financial Officer of the Year in the 2017 Deloitte Top 200 awards. (2-0)

Deloitte Top 200: Chairperson of the Year - Rob Campbell, Tourism Holdings

His willingess to speak freely on issues, such as advising directors to take a more hands on approach, has been a real asset to the business community. (10-0)

Brian Gaynor: NZX left in the dust

Xero's decision to delist from the domestic sharemarket has focused attention on the NZX, particularly in relation to the recommendations of the Capital Market Development Taskforce. (10-0)

Small electricity players gain market share

Small electricity retailers have gained 10 percent of all New Zealand customers for the first time. (2-0)

Trustpower half year profit surges

A wet winter has delivered Tauranga-based power company, Trustpower, a bumper rise in its first half profit. (2-0)

A2 Milk leads sharemarket higher

New Zealand shares were mixed, with A2 Milk rising on a positive presentation to investors while Xero and SkyCity Entertainment Group fell. (9-1)

Precinct Properties to raise $100m in 7-year bond

Precinct Properties New Zealand plans to raise up to $100 million from a seven-year bond offer to repay bank debt. (3-0)

Trustpower half year profit surges

A wet winter has delivered Tauranga-based power company, Trustpower, a bumper rise in its first half profit. (2-0)

Shares rise as investors digest Government's plans

New Zealand shares eked out another gain as the market digested the details of the governing deals made by the incoming Labour Government, with A2 Milk hitting a fresh record. (20-0)

Brian Gaynor: IPOs - assess with care, before you decide to invest

How have these IPOs performed, and have private equity firms encouraged investors into buying shares at inflated prices? (13-0)

NZX50 cracks 8,000, led by market darlings A2, Xero

New Zealand shares rose, with the benchmark index surpassing 8,000 for the first time, led higher by export-orientated, investor favourites A2 Milk Co and Xero. (13-0)

Meridian leads shares higher, as investors wait for politicians

New Zealand shares gained, led by Meridian Energy and Port of Tauranga, as investors waited for the final election count and subsequent coalition talks, while dairy stocks Synlait Milk and A2 Milk gave up gains. (12-0)