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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)

Sharemarket falls as investors await results

New Zealand shares fell in quiet trading ahead of a busy mid-week reporting period, led lower by Sky Network Television and Mercury NZ, while Synlait Milk and a2 Milk Co rose. (4-0)

NZME and Sky TV settle copyright stoush

NZME and Sky Television have settled a copyright dispute over the use of rugby video footage. (2-0)

NZ shares fall after month-end positioning

New Zealand shares fell on the first day of the month in a muted trading session after institutional investors staked out positions yesterday. Contact Energy and Summerset Group Holdings declined. (10-0)

NZ shares jump 1.7% on heavier turnover as Xero leaves NZX

New Zealand shares rose on a busier day than usual, marking the final day of trading for one-time market darling Xero. (12-0)

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)

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)

A2 Milk leads sharemarket lower

New Zealand shares fell as rising US bond yields trimmed the attraction of the local market's relatively high dividend yields, and prompted investors to crystallise some gains. A2 Milk Co, Air New Zealand and Pushpay Holdings declined. (10-0)

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)

NZ shares up, Ryman and Stride gain while Plexure drops on NZX price enquiry

New Zealand shares gained, led higher by Ryman Healthcare and Stride Property, as Plexure Group dropped following a price enquiry. (19-0)

$123m for the priciest 9 homes in 2017

Swimming pools in living areas, cliff-top sites near the city and gated properties fit for stately English manor homes are features of the most expensive homes sold in New Zealand this year. (2-1)

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)

NZ shares rise on Tourism Holdings, Sky TV gains

New Zealand shares rose in subdued holiday trading, keeping the S&P/NZX 50 Index on track for an annual gain of about 22 per cent, as US tax cuts lifted sentiment for equities and for companies that do business in the US, such as Tourism Holdings. (11-1)

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)

Stellar year on NZX but slowdown likely

New Zealand's benchmark stock index is headed for a 22 per cent gain this year as investors chased growth stories ranging from infant formula to technology and tourism. Headwinds may prevent a repeat in 2018. (18-0)