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NZ shares mixed, Fisher & Paykel and Air NZ drop while Kiwi Property rebounds

New Zealand shares were mixed as Fisher & Paykel Healthcare fell on the stronger Kiwi dollar while property stocks rebounded from earlier selling. (17-0)

Fletcher Building didn't breach NZX rules in earnings downgrades, NZX finds

The New Zealand stock exchange has found Fletcher Building did not breach continuous disclosure rules in relation to two forecast earnings downgrades last year. (6-0)

a2 Milk expands brand in the North East United States

Dual-listed a2 Milk said it planned to expand its brand of milk across the North East region of the United States from this month. (6-0)

Overseas Investment Office grants Fletcher application for sensitive land

The Overseas Investment Office has granted a bid from New Zealand's largest national manufacturer of ready-mixed concrete to buy sensitive land at Cromwell. (6-0)

Stocks slip as holiday trading hold sway in sharemarket

New Zealand shares fell in light volume as holiday trading continued, with Pushpay Holdings and Fonterra Shareholders Fund leading the losses. (10-0)

NZ shares drop 1.4 per cent on foreign selling

New Zealand shares fell over 1 per cent as foreign investors sold back their stakes, with A2 Milk Co and Meridian Energy hit hardest. (14-0)

Rachel Dunne: Foreign investment laws need reform

Investment by foreigners in sensitive land or business assets worth $100 million or more requires government consent under the Overseas Investment Act (OIO). The law's purpose is to "acknowledge that it is a privilege for overseas persons to own or control sensitive New Zealand assets". So far, so good. (6-0)

Sky TV leads sharemarket lower

New Zealand shares fell, led lower by Metro Performance Glass and Sky Network Television, while Comvita, A2 Milk and Synlait Milk gained. (10-0)

Australian shares firm at 10-year top, financials lead; NZ soft

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An Australia dollar note is seen in this illustration photo July 3, 2017. — Reuters picBENGALURU, Jan 8 — Australian shares extended their rally to a fourth session today, hovering around 10-year highs as investors drew confidence from Wall Street after it capped off a strong week. (52-0)

Peter Lyons: Investment culture in young win-win for all

• Peter Lyons teaches Economics at St Peter's College in Epsom and has written several economics texts. The views expressed do not constitute personalised financial advice and are not directed at any person. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. (6-0)

NZ shares rise on first trading day of 2018, led by Pushpay, Fletcher

New Zealand shares rose in the first trading session of 2018, led higher by Pushpay Holdings and Fletcher Building. (8-1)

Mark Lister: A lucrative year for investors

Another year has come and gone, and for investors it was a very lucrative one. Despite numerous risks that could've derailed things, markets focused on the positives during 2017. (8-1)

Brokers' Picks 2018: Hot stocks for the new year

Brokers have picked a diverse mix of stocks for 2018, in many cases opting for those that have underperformed in the last year or so. (8-1)

NZX50 runs away with 22 per cent gain in 2017

New Zealand shares dipped in the final trading day of 2017 on lacklustre holiday volumes, rounding out a 22 per cent annual gain for the benchmark index in what's been a stellar year for a2 Milk Co. (17-1)

Sharemarket slips in thin holiday trade

New Zealand shares slipped in thin holiday trading as appetite declined for companies offering attractive dividend yields, such as regulated utilities Chorus and Genesis Energy and pay-TV operator Sky Network Television. (23-1)