Friday, 22 February 2019

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  • NZ dollar set for weekly gain after Reserve Bank surprise

    21:31 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar fell slightly on the day but is headed for a 1.2 percent weekly gain after the Reserve Bank surprised the market last Wednesday with a less dovish than expected monetary policy statement. more»
  • Burger Fuel exploring sale after review questions merits

    16:26 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Burger Fuel Worldwide will test the waters for a potential buyer after a review by KPMG questioned the fast-food franchisor's current listing.  more»
  • Mitsubishi Corporation to Invest in OVO Group

    16:12 | 15/2/19
    Mitsubishi Corporation(MC) is pleased to announce its decision to invest in UK-based innovative energy service provider OVO Group Limited(OVO). MC will obtain 20% of shares in OVO and will dispatch a director to join OVO's management team. more»
  • Federated Farmers and Gallagher forge new relationship

    15:38 | 15/2/19
    Long-standing contributor to New Zealand agriculture Gallagher Ltd and Federated Farmers are joining forces to form a new business partnership.  more»
  • New net migration data to remain rubbery for quite some time

    15:17 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - The second month of the new net migration statistics suggests the data will be highly volatile and that at the very least, a longer build-up of history will be needed before anybody can rely on each new month’s figures. more»
  • NZX to push sales this year

    15:02 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - NZX will pursue sales growth this year, after wearing the cost of reshaping its business in 2018 as part of a five-year strategy to revive the capital markets. more»
  • Slowing new orders growth weighs on January PMI

    14:57 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Growth in new orders slowed for a third month in a row, according to the latest BNZ-BusinessNZ performance of manufacturing index.  more»
  • BitPrime Announces Partnership with Crossgate Capital Ltd

    14:42 | 15/2/19
    BitPrime, New Zealand’s premier cryptocurrency retailer, has today announced partnership with Crossgate Capital Ltd. in response to the need for investors to have an easy on-ramp into the digital asset class.  more»
  • Consultation on new mortgage bond standard extended

    14:16 | 15/2/19
    15 February 2019 Consultation on new mortgage bond standard extended and loan template published The Reserve Bank is extending the consultation period for the proposed mortgage bond standard. more»
  • Connecting rural Maori to the Internet

    14:14 | 15/2/19
    Te Puni Kokiri is proud to be a partner in the Marae Connectivity project that will see selected rural marae connected to the internet by the end of this year.  more»
  • Symantec’s Email Security Solution

    14:06 | 15/2/19
    AUCKLAND, New Zealand – 15 February 2019 - Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC), the world’s leading cyber security company, today announced Email Fraud Protection, an automated solution that helps organisations block fraudulent emails from reaching ... more»
  • New NZ dry dock a basis for new industry - KiwiRail

    13:54 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - A dry dock to handle the country’s biggest vessels is affordable and can form the basis of a new marine servicing industry, KiwiRail chair Greg Miller says. more»
  • Wellington Drive beats 2H sales forecast

    13:32 | 15/2/19
    Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Wellington Drive Technologies says revenue rose 36 percent in calendar 2018 and it will deliver an operating profit as promised.  more»
  • New partnership to boost Chinese visitor

    13:31 | 15/2/19
    New partnership with UnionPay International to boost Chinese visitors to New Zealand RELEASE SUMMARY • Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED), UnionPay International Co. Ltd (UPI) and Immigration New Zealand sign the China – New Zealand ... more»
  • Tropical fruit options bring exciting opportunities

    13:15 | 15/2/19
    Bananas, so often associated with warm tropical climates on the equator may prove to be another cropping opportunity for enterprising horticulturalists from Northland to Gisborne. more»
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