Company Overview and News
New Zealand shares fell as A2 Milk and Synlait Milk, the best-performing companies on the benchmark index this year, extended their decline amid speculation investors who enjoyed the run-up are now booking profits. (27-2)
New Zealand shares dipped, ending a 15-day streak of gains as Fletcher Building's stock fell. Comvita, A2 Milk and retirement village stocks gained. (27-0)
Ebos Group has branched out into medical software buying a 14 per cent stake in Australia's MedAdvisor business for A$10.5 million (NZ$11.8m). (2-0)
New Zealand shares rose, led by Restaurant Brands and A2 Milk while Xero and Scales Corp fell, with investors still uncertain about the make-up of the next government. (7-0)
Ebos Group, which posted a record profit in 2017 driven by acquisitions and sales growth, says earnings will rise about 10 per cent in the current year after a strong first quarter for its healthcare and animal products divisions. (2-0)
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)
New Zealand shares rose, led by Contact Energy for a second day as upbeat earnings bolstered the power company, while Summerset Group's result boosted demand for its shares. Fletcher Building rallied ahead of tomorrow's report, while Heartland Bank gave up yesterday's gains.
New Zealand shares rose, led by Ebos Group and Spark New Zealand, while Trade Me Group fell near a six-month low.
New Zealand shares were mixed, with A2 Milk Co at a fresh record and Fletcher Building continuing to recover, while Sky City Entertainment Group fell.
New Zealand shares rose today, led by retirement stocks Metlifecare and Summerset Group, while NZX and Pushpay extended their gains.
New Zealand shares fell in light trading, with Fisher & Paykel Healthcare giving back some of its June gains while Air New Zealand and NZX rose.
New Zealand shares touched a new record as Air New Zealand rose to a 16-year high, but finished the day flat as weaker blue chip stocks including Ryman Healthcare, Spark New Zealand and Auckland International Airport weighed on the bourse.
New Zealand shares gained today, led by A2 Milk's continued rise after an earnings upgrade, with Ebos Group and Comvita also up.
New Zealand stocks dipped, led by Comvita and Spark New Zealand, in cautious trading after a suspected terrorist attack killed at least 19 people and wounded 59 at a pop concert in the English city of Manchester.
The listed animal and healthcare products, pharmaceutical, and chemist shop owner is buying an Australian pharmacy services provider, HPS, for $AUS154 million.
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