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NZ shares down, F&P Health and Pushpay drop in light trading

2018-01-12 nzherald.co.nz
New Zealand shares dipped, led lower by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Pushpay Holdings, albeit in light volume as market participants return slowly. (6-0)

Michael Hill lifts first-half sales but US business continues to struggle

2018-01-12 nzherald.co.nz
Michael Hill International, the jewellery retailer founded by its namesake, lifted revenue 4.7 per cent in the first half, though its US business continued to struggle.

NZ's biggest tech company jumps ditch to Sydney after 3000% rise

2017-12-20 theage.com.au
New Zealand's stock market has become too small for Xero, whose market value has soared about 70-fold to $NZ4.28 billion ($3.9 billion) since its debut a decade ago. (12-0)

NZ's biggest tech company jumps ditch to Sydney after 3000% rise

2017-12-20 smh.com.au
New Zealand's stock market has become too small for Xero, whose market value has soared about 70-fold to $NZ4.28 billion ($3.9 billion) since its debut a decade ago. (12-0)

N.Z. Tech Stock Up 3,000% Is Jumping Ship for Sydney Exchange - Bloomberg

2017-12-20 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (90-0)

Brian Gaynor: Xero sends a message to the market

2017-11-10 nzherald.co.nz
Xero's proposed NZX delisting is a huge blow to the domestic sharemarket. The unexpected announcement is accentuated because Xero's founder and CEO Rod Drury was an NZX director from November 2009 to May 2013. (1-0)

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

2017-10-09 nzherald.co.nz
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)

Michael Hill lifts first-quarter sales by 7.8%

2017-10-09 nzherald.co.nz
Michael Hill International, the jewellery retailer founded by its namesake, lifted sales 7.8 per cent in the first quarter as its performance in New Zealand, Australia, and Canada continued to improve, making up for a dip in US revenue.

Former Air New Zealand boss Rob Fyfe appointed to board of Air Canada

2017-09-16 nzherald.co.nz
Former Air New Zealand boss Rob Fyfe is heading back to work for an airline after being appointed to Air Canada's board.

NZ shares inch lower on investor jitters

2017-04-10 nzherald.co.nz
New Zealand shares pulled back slightly as geopolitical tensions kept some investors on the sidelines while others looked to re-allocate some assets at the start of the new financial year.

Michael Hill 9-month total store sales rise 5.5pc

2017-04-10 nzherald.co.nz
Michael Hill International's newly opened stores in Australia and Canada helped drive a 5.5 per cent increase in sales in the first nine months of its financial year, outpacing an increase in same-store revenue as trading in New Zealand and the US remained tough.

Michael Hill lifts first-half profit 3.4pc on jewellery chain expansion

2017-02-17 nzherald.co.nz
Michael Hill International, the jewellery chain business founded by its namesake, posted a 3.4 per cent increase in first-half profit as it opened more stores.

Retail growth expected to be solid

2017-01-22 nzherald.co.nz
Early feedback on Christmas spending suggested 2016 was solid but not spectacular for retailers as a group, according to Forsyth Barr broker Suzanne Kinnaird.

Australia, Canada brights spots for jeweller Michael Hill

2017-01-09 theage.com.au
Shares in Michael Hill International gained 2.8 per cent after the jeweller said same-store sales grew 2.5 per cent in December despite "choppy" macro conditions and higher than usual competitor discounting in Australia and Canada.

Australia, Canada brights spots for jeweller Michael Hill

2017-01-09 smh.com.au
Shares in Michael Hill International gained 2.8 per cent after the jeweller said same-store sales grew 2.5 per cent in December despite "choppy" macro conditions and higher than usual competitor discounting in Australia and Canada.