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NZ shares gain as investors take a2 above $9 billion

New Zealand shares rose, led higher by another strong day for a2 Milk Co after signing a supply deal with Fonterra Cooperative Group, while Air New Zealand gained on a higher interim dividend. Tourism Holdings fell despite beating earnings expectations. (21-0)

Sharemarket jumps on A2 Milk's 27% surge

New Zealand shares rose as A2 Milk Co surged on its tie-up with Fonterra Cooperative Group, while Synlait Milk, Fletcher Building and Spark New Zealand dropped. (17-0)

Spark profit falls 3.4 pct on cost of transformation programme

Spark New Zealand's first-half profit fell 3.4 percent as the country's biggest telecommunications company ramped up spending on a new transformation programme aimed at making it the nation's lowest cost operator. (5-0)

Sharemarket falls on eve of big day for company results

New Zealand shares fell in light trading ahead of a busy day of earnings tomorrow, with Heartland Bank and Fletcher Building dropping while Sky Network Television and Air New Zealand rose. (24-0)

Spark New Zealand (SPKKY) Updates To External Reporting - Slideshow

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The following slide deck was published by Spark New Zealand Limited ADR in conjunction with this event. (5-0)

NZ shares mixed; Z drops on downgrade as Air NZ bounces back

New Zealand shares were mixed, with Z Energy dropping on an earnings downgrade while Air New Zealand bounced back from recent selling. (13-0)

Ryman Healthcare and A2 Milk lead sharemarket higher

New Zealand shares gained, led higher by Ryman Healthcare and A2 Milk Co on some positioning ahead of upcoming earnings, while Infratil and Fonterra Shareholders Fund dropped. (10-0)

Chorus fixed-line connections keep falling

Chorus lost 23,000 fixed-line connections in the final three months of 2017, shedding lines at the same pace as the September quarter when it embarked on a marketing campaign extolling the virtues of fixed-line service. (5-0)

MediaWorks and Fairfax NZ settle with Sky TV over copyright dispute

Free-to-air broadcaster MediaWorks Investments and publisher Fairfax New Zealand have settled with pay-TV operator Sky Network Television over a copyright dispute, leaving state-owned broadcaster Television New Zealand and NZX-listed NZME still defending the claim. (7-0)

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)

NZ shares edge up as NZX leads late recovery, Air New Zealand falls

New Zealand shares edged up to a new record, led by stock market operator NZX and as investors changed their tune on a2 Milk Co late in the day. Air New Zealand fell on disappointing monthly metrics. (31-0)

Microsoft NZ lifts profit 15 per cent to $14 million

Microsoft New Zealand lifted annual profit 15 per cent as the local arm of the world's biggest software developer boosted sales of its consulting services, while its smaller rival Oracle New Zealand sank into the red after booking an impairment charge. (5-0)

Australian fund manager to boost Chorus stake up to 15 per cent

Australian fund manager L1 Capital has been granted approval to boost its Chorus stake to as much as 15 per cent by the Crown. (5-0)

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