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Brian Gaynor: NZX left in the dust

14h nzherald.co.nz
Xero's decision to delist from the domestic sharemarket has focused attention on the NZX, particularly in relation to the recommendations of the Capital Market Development Taskforce. (10-0)

NZX issues guidelines for improved investor engagement

2017-11-15 radionz.co.nz
Listed companies are being urged to adopt a new stock exchange governance code to broaden their reporting to inform and attract investors. (6-0)

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)

Sterling And Aussie Interrupt The Waiting Game

2017-10-25 seekingalpha
A bit better-than-expected UK GDP solidifies expectations of a rate hike next week, and sterling goes bid.

Markets Live: All Ords hits heights

2017-10-20 theage.com.au
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

2017-10-20 smh.com.au
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

2017-10-19 nzherald.co.nz
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)

The 1987 crash - could it happen again?

2017-10-13 nzherald.co.nz
"We've come a long way," says NZX chief executive Mark Peterson as he considers the state of New Zealand's stock exchange on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash.

No Government, No Problem for This Nation’s Markets - WSJ

2017-10-13 wsj
A handful of companies have driven a record hot streak for New Zealand shares, with the country’s benchmark index rising for a record nine-straight sessions—all of them new closing highs—despite last month’s election leaving the South Pacific nation adrift without a new government.

Dairy prices ease at global auction, butter toppled from record

2017-10-03 nzherald.co.nz
Butter was toppled from its record high and wholemilk powder prices - against market expectations - fell 2.7 per cent at this morning's GlobalDairyTrade auction.

NZX issues guidelines for improved investor engagement

2017-10-02 radionz.co.nz
Listed companies are being urged to adopt a new stock exchange governance code to broaden their reporting to inform and attract investors. (6-1)

Economy Hub: Winston worries? NZX trading at record high

2017-09-28 nzherald.co.nz
New Zealand's sharemarket has been completely untroubled by the current political uncertainty, touching record highs this week.

Liam Dann: Ten things for a new government to worry about

2017-09-23 nzherald.co.nz
In theory the new government - whatever its final form - will inherit a benign New Zealand economy. Despite the social issues highlighted through the campaign, we have relatively strong GDP growth, a budget surplus and interest rates that are safely on hold for the foreseeable future.

Stock Takes: Disclosure a muddy area

2017-09-21 nzherald.co.nz
It could be months before investors know the outcome of a complaint made to the NZX over the timing of NZ Refining's announcement to the market about its burst pipeline. (8-0)

Brian Gaynor: A tale of shrinking sharemarkets

2017-08-18 nzherald.co.nz
The takeover offer for Opus International Consultants shows once again that the NZX is struggling to hold on to its listed companies. This is a global phenomenon as new stock exchange listings are declining and listed companies are increasingly subject to takeover offers from trade buyers, private equity or other investment groups.

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