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New Zealand shares gained, with Fletcher Building rising as investors were lured back after its recent weakness, while Orion Health Group hit a record low. (15-0)
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)
TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - September 14, 2017) - Orion Health (NZSE: OHE) (ASX: OHE), a leader in population health management and healthcare integration solutions, has announced that Alberta's Community Information Integration (CII) Program has gone live. Patient information is now flowing from an early adopter primary care clinic, powered securely from a remote cloud infrastructure by Orion Health's Software as a Service (SaaS) in a managed private cloud setting.
New Zealand shares were mixed, with most of the market including Summerset Group Holdings and Westpac Banking Corp rising but a big trade in Sky City Entertainment tipping the index down.
New Zealand shares rose to a new record, led by a recovery in Comvita after the manuka honey health products maker downplayed the impact the Myrtle Rust fungal disease would have on the wider industry, while Tower jumped on news its board was backing an Australian takeover bid.
New Zealand shares were virtually unchanged today in weak trading, with Orion Health Group dropping on capital raising news, while Mainfreight gained after posting a record annual profit.
New Zealand shares fell in quiet holiday trading as dual-listed banking stocks Australia and New Zealand Banking Group and Westpac Banking Corp weighed on the local market, while positive earnings spurred some buying interest in stocks including Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Investore Property.
New Zealand shares edged higher on relatively small volumes as investors were preoccupied with the government's budget and a slew of earnings, including Metro Performance Glass, which reported a boost in sales on its Australian expansion.
New Zealand shares fell again, led lower by Tegel Group Holdings which cut its guidance, Orion Health Group and Sky Network Television.
New Zealand shares continued to drift with Heartland Bank and Ryman Healthcare dropping, while Tower and Kiwi Property Group gained.
New Zealand shares dipped, led lower by A2 Milk Co on bad sentiment in the infant formula sector, while Orion Health Group continued to bounce.
New Zealand shares fell, led lower by Spark New Zealand and Scales Corp, while Orion Health Group rose from its record low.
New Zealand shares fell, led lower by Spark and Scales Corp, while Orion Health Group rose from its record low.
New Zealand shares rose as Tower extended its gains from a 16-year-low and Orion Health Group climbed, with global equity markets gaining ahead of an announcement from the European Central Bank overnight that may include an extension to its quantitative easing.
New Zealand shares declined as Orion Health Group extended its slide following its first-half results, while Tower rose.