Monday, 25 June 2018

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  • NZ dollar recovers ground as greenback falls

    11:36 | 22/6/18
    June 22 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar rose as the greenback fell from an 11-month high amid weaker-than-expected US data and was little changed against the pound on signs the Bank of England may be closer to hiking interest rates. more»
  • Upside Biotechnologies named as a leading global innovator

    11:13 | 22/6/18
    Judged by leading innovation experts, regenerative tissue developer, Upside Biotechnologies, is the only New Zealand-based company to have been selected as one of the top 100 ventures with the potential to disrupt markets globally in the 2018 Disrupt 100 . more»
  • Call to end lubricant packaging waste

    11:13 | 22/6/18
    Major lubricant industry brands are calling on importers and distributors in the market to join them in tackling the issue of millions of lubricant packages being discarded every year.  more»
  • Visitors from India up for May

    10:53 | 22/6/18
    There were 9,100 visitors from India in the month of May 2018, up 2,100 from the same month last year, Stats NZ said today. India was the fourth-largest source of visitors to New Zealand for the month, behind Australia, China, and the United States. more»
  • Microsoft announces 2018 New Zealand Partner Awards winners

    09:51 | 22/6/18
    New Zealand, 10pm, 21 June 2018 – Microsoft New Zealand has celebrated its outstanding local business partners at the 11th annual Microsoft Partner Awards.  more»
  • Fulton Hogan opens its doors to Canterbury students

    09:05 | 22/6/18
    22 June 2018: An enthusiastic group of Canterbury students enjoyed a 'hands on' day at Fulton Hogan in Christchurch this week - and it's inspired the young women for a career in the Infrastructure Industry. more»
  • HiFX morning Update June 22 2018

    09:00 | 22/6/18
    New Zealand welcomes the birth of Prime Minister Jacinda Adern’s first child, a baby girl, but its been the Kiwi that’s needed an epidural for most of the week. It has finally found a touch of support, bouncing from its low of 0.6822 more»
  • NZME heads for Trade Me clash pursuing growth

    00:04 | 22/6/18
    June 21 (BusinessDesk) - Media company NZME says three recently-launched digital advertising products have the potential to boost revenue in a sometimes uncertain media market. more»
  • NZ-EU trade deal is economically and strategically important

    00:02 | 22/6/18
    June 21 (BusinessDesk) - European Union trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström says a trade deal with New Zealand is economically and strategically important for the massive European market in a world on the verge of a trade war. more»
  • Z looks at car-sharing start-ups and more as sunset looms

    21:08 | 21/6/18
    Z looks at car-sharing start-ups, Amazon parcel lockers, as sunset looms for fossil fuels  more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares gain as market cheers Fletcher plans

    20:52 | 21/6/18
    MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares gain as market cheers Fletcher plans, Sky TV, A2, Auckland Airport rise  more»
  • NZ dollar falls on tepid economic growth, rising greenback

    20:19 | 21/6/18
    June 21 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar lost further ground against the greenback as today's gross domestic product data added to recent weak data and as the US dollar continued to push higher in Asian trading on the prospect of interest rate rises ... more»
  • Beer Survey highlights the biggest misconceptions

    20:05 | 21/6/18
    • 62% of current beer drinkers are only having one to two beers at a time, and whilst dining out (54%)  more»
  • Restaurant Brand affirms annual earnings guidance

    19:29 | 21/6/18
    June 21 (BusinessDesk) - Restaurant Brands New Zealand, which operates the local KFC, Pizza Hut, Starbucks Coffee and Carl's Jr brands, affirmed guidance for annual earnings to rise 10 percent and said it's looking for a US director as it scouts ... more»
  • Xero shooting for a million customers in UK

    18:13 | 21/6/18
    June 21 (BusinessDesk) - Xero is confident of tripling its UK customer base in the next few years, saying the compulsory digitisation of tax returns providing a tailwind to its rapid pace of growth in the world's fifth-biggest economy. more»
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