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Markets Live: All Ords hits heights

Shares stumbled early only to push higher through the session as the mining rally resumes, putting the All Ordinaries index on track to its highest close since the GFC. (48-0)

Markets Live: All Ords hits heights

Shares stumbled early only to push higher through the session as the mining rally resumes, putting the All Ordinaries index on track to its highest close since the GFC. (48-0)

NZX 50 charts new record

New Zealand shares rose, nudging the S&P/NZX 50 Index to a new record, as Comvita continued to benefit from yesterday's earnings upgrade and Port of Tauranga said first-quarter volumes pointed to stronger annual profit in 2018. (10-0)

NZ shares rise, buoyed by international interest

New Zealand shares rose as interest from international investors pushed the benchmark higher for another day, with Synlait Milk and Comvita advancing while Sky Network Television gave up gains. (11-0)

NZ shares mixed as blue-chips buoy broader market

New Zealand shares edged higher as blue-chip stocks including New Zealand Refining, Fletcher Building, and Spark New Zealand helped buoy the market, offsetting declines from half the benchmark index. (19-0)

Vodafone and Sky launch new TV service

The company is bringing in a new offering of free to air and pay television, and internet video streaming services to be delivered by fibre and one set top box. (2-0)

NZ shares rise as A2 hits new record

New Zealand shares gained, led higher by A2 Milk Co hitting a new record and Metro Performance Glass extending its recovery from a record low this week. (11-1)

New Zealand ETFs in Focus after Election Stalemate

2017-09-28 zacks
New Zealand’s prime minister Bill English’s National Party won 46% votes compared with Jacinda Ardern’s Labour winning 35.8%. However,  Bill English will need to form a coalition with the New Zealand First in order to be able to govern. (9-1)

NZ shares ignore election uncertainty to hit record

New Zealand shares shrugged off the post-election vacuum to hit a record high today, despite a lack of corporate news, with Tourism Holdings, Synlait Milk and Kathmandu Holdings gaining. (8-1)

NZ shares up as confidence returns

New Zealand shares gained, with Kathmandu up on its full-year earnings and A2 Milk at a record high, as volumes recovered from yesterday's post-election lull. (8-0)

NZ shares rise in light trading; A2, Z Energy, SkyCity gain

New Zealand shares rose in quiet trading following the general election as investors await the formation of a government, led by A2 Milk Co and SkyCity Entertainment Group. (24-0)

NZ shares mixed, NZOG gains on takeover

New Zealand shares were mixed, with New Zealand Oil & Gas gaining on a partial takeover offer while CBL Corp and Goodman Property Trust fell.

NZ shares rise, Kathmandu and Briscoes gain

New Zealand shares hit a fresh record, with retailers Kathmandu Holdings and Briscoe Group gaining on positive earnings, while Xero hit a new high.

NZ shares rise to new record as blue chips gain

New Zealand shares rose to a new record, led by blue chip stocks including Xero and Ryman Healthcare, while Metro Performance Glass dropped.

NZ shares follow Asia higher led by blue chip stocks

New Zealand shares rose, following Asia higher, as blue chip stocks including Spark New Zealand and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare helped drag the benchmark index up, offsetting a bigger number of smaller firms declining.

NZ shares mixed; beat-up Fletcher rises

New Zealand shares were mixed, with Fletcher Building and A2 Milk Co gaining while Sky Network Television and Bethunes Investments dropped.

NZ shares rise, Stride, Warehouse Group gain

New Zealand shares gained, led by Stride Property and Warehouse Group, while dual-listed Westpac Banking Corp and Australia & New Zealand Banking Group fell.

Australia shares drop as banks, commodities drag; NZ flat

2017-07-24 themalaymailonline
Australian dollar denominations shown in a photo illustration at a currency exchange in Sydney, Australia, June 7, 2016. — Reuters picSYDNEY, July 24 — Australian shares started the week 1 per cent lower thighs morning, with a sell-off in bank stocks along with bleak commodity prices weighing on the market.

NZ shares up, retirement stocks continue to gain

New Zealand shares rose broadly, with the market led by continued gains from Summerset Holdings and Metlifecare, while smaller stock Pushpay Holdings kept rising too.

NZX follows Asia-wide decline to end strongest month

New Zealand shares fell, joining an Asia-wide slide, even as the benchmark index finished its strongest month this year, with Spark New Zealand and Xero leading the decline.

ComCom's competition concerns over Vero's Tower bid pushes out decision deadline

The Commerce Commission has delayed its decision on whether Australian-owned Vero Insurance New Zealand will be allowed to buy NZX-listed rival Tower after raising some competition concerns about the proposed deal.

New Zealand sharemarket rises amid broad-based buying

New Zealand shares rose today led by Restaurant Brands New Zealand, while Tourism Holdings and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare hit record highs.

NZX 50 hits record led by Comvita, Tower

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.

NZ shares rise in light volume trade

New Zealand shares rose, led by Z Energy and Spark New Zealand in relatively light trading, while Sky Network Television fell after the pay-TV operator and Vodafone New Zealand terminated their merger agreement, although it did pare some of its losses over the session as more detail came to light.

Reserve Bank of New Zealand Holds Rates: ETFs in Focus

2017-06-23 zacks
New Zealand’s central bank held its key rates intact at 1.75%. Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) governor Graeme Wheeler kept rates unchanged in May and suggested that rates might not go up in the near future.