Sunday, 24 September 2017

Business News

  • The Warehouse needs to show it's different to competitors like Kmart, and it isn't - analyst -

    12:07 | 22/9/17
    The Warehouse sales were up but its financial services division has cost the company millions. The Warehouse Group's failure to respond to new competition like Kmart contributed to the retailer posting a $58 million profit plunge, an industry analyst says. more»
  • Announcing a New Name for our Organisation

    12:06 | 22/9/17
    The NZMEA signals an even stronger focus on supporting globally competitive manufacturers with the launch of a new name.  more»
  • Candidates for 2017 Fonterra Elections Announced

    12:03 | 22/9/17
    Following the completion of the Self Nomination Process for the 2017 Directors’ Election Process, there are three candidates standing for three places on the Board in 2017. The Self Nomination Process, where farmers can stand as a candidate for ... more»
  • Thousands of Kiwi motorists facing Takata airbag 'time bomb' - but doing nothing -

    11:50 | 22/9/17
    Tens of thousands of New Zealand vehicle owners are putting themselves at risk by not bothering to fix faulty airbags in their cars. More than 140,000 Kiwi vehicle owners have been advised by letter that replacement inflators have arrived in New  more»
  • Wall Street sags on Fed rate expectations, North Korea crisis and weakness in Apple shares - South China Morning Post

    11:46 | 22/9/17
    South China Morning Post
    US stock indexes slipped on Thursday as investors braced for a third interest rate hike this year and the United States ordered new sanctions against North Korea. The S&P and the Dow snapped a run of record closing highs and Apple was the biggest drag ... more»
  • While you were sleeping: Wall St slides from record highs -

    11:45 | 22/9/17
    Sept. 22 (BusinessDesk) – Wall Street weakened, declining from record highs, as investors assessed the impact of the Federal Reserves intentions to raise interest rates once more this year.While you were sleeping: Wall St slides from record highs. more»
  • FMA to step up enforcement of financial services register

    11:44 | 22/9/17
    Sept. 22 (BusinessDesk) - The Financial Markets Authority is stepping up its enforcement of people misusing the financial services provider register, which continues to generate the most complaints to the market watchdog. more»
  • NZ dollar slips

    11:42 | 22/9/17
    Sept. 22 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar fell as the US Federal Reserve signals on balance sheet unwinding and interest rate hikes outweighed gains made earlier in the week after a poll showing the National Party in the lead ahead of tomorrow's ... more»
  • Pipeline Repair: Status Update

    11:41 | 22/9/17
    The repair team has made good progress overnight. The replacement section has been welded into place and the initial weld inspections have passed. This is an important milestone. The second weld inspection will be carried out tonight. more»
  • Seven West, Prime talks fail - The Australian

    11:39 | 22/9/17
    The Australian
    Seven West Media and regional broadcaster Prime Media have discussed a potential merger but were unable to come to a suitable arrangement. Prime says talks over “a possible combination of the two companies” ended, but neither firm gave specifics of a ... more»
  • Accolades for Bauer

    11:38 | 22/9/17
    Bauer Media New Zealand continues to strengthen its influential position in the publishing, digital and custom media space following multiple wins at the recent 2017 Magazine Publishers Association (MPA) Awards. The following is a snapshot of ... more»
  • Investor signposts: Healthy smattering of data - Switzer Financial News

    11:37 | 22/9/17
    Switzer Financial News
    There is a healthy spattering of data releases as well as speeches from Reserve Bank officials in the coming week. But it is hard to identify highlights. The week kicks off on Tuesday with the weekly data on consumer confidence. Consumer sentiment is  more»
  • New Zealand Dollar On Tenterhooks As Election Looms At Last - DailyFX

    11:27 | 22/9/17
    What does the retail trading world make of the currencies you like, and those you're not so sure about? Find out at the DailyFX Sentiment Page. The New Zealand Dollar has been among the weaker developed-market performers in the past month, thanks at ... more»
  • Crown gets second go at $3.6m prosecution - New Zealand Herald

    11:26 | 22/9/17
    New Zealand Herald
    The High Court has rejected an application to drop charges against Viaduct Capital and Mutual Finance executives Paul Bublitz, pictured, Bruce McKay and Richard Blackwood. Photo / Greg Bowker. AAP. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter ... more»
  • Another orange roughy success story

    11:26 | 22/9/17
    An orange roughy fishery south of Stewart Island has been given the green light to reopen after 19 years.  more»
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