Wednesday, 12 December 2018

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  • Safety Important in Vehicle Accessory Ads

    10:19 | 10/12/18
    The Warehouse television advertisement for the Mighty Grip phone mount said in part: “The Mighty Grip phone mount has a powerful magnetic grip and a twist lock suction base. You can have your phone right where you need it without taking your eyes off ... more»
  • Architects conference attracts top global talent

    10:06 | 10/12/18
    Eleven leading international architects will address the New Zealand Institute of Architects’ biennial conference in Auckland next February. The Institute’s President, Auckland architect Tim Melville, said the lineup of speakers will be one of the strongest ... more»
  • Trade Me’s alternative Christmas gifts

    10:04 | 10/12/18
    A remote-controlled cockroach, bacon balm and a collapsible, reusable coffee cup have been named Trade Me’s top picks for that hard-to-buy-for Kiwi this Christmas. Trade Me’s Millie Silvester said it's that time of year when many New Zealanders ... more»
  • Romer works with Apple and AA Traveller

    09:30 | 10/12/18
    Romer selected as sole Kiwi representative for Apple travel app directory, signs partnership with the AA for 101 Must-Do’s this Summer  more»
  • Property prices heat up with summer on the horizon

    09:23 | 10/12/18
    As temperatures warmed up across the country in November, so did the New Zealand property market with the national average asking price rising 3.8 per cent on last year to $663,250, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index.  more»
  • BitPrime Cryptocurrency Price Update

    09:08 | 10/12/18
    Cryptocurrency Market Market capitalisation yesterday: NZD$158,659,199,706 Market capitalisation today: NZD$160,981,163,520 Change: 1.46%  more»
  • HiFX morning Update, December 10, 2018

    09:02 | 10/12/18
    The NZDUSD opens at 0.6855 (mid-rate) this morning. Trade war concerns continue to dampen market sentiment. US equities came under pressure on Friday on the back of a disappointing jobs report, while and Fed comments suggesting the Federal Reserve ... more»
  • PwC to lose lucrative Fonterra audit contract after 15 years

    18:29 | 9/12/18
    Dec. 7 (BusinessDesk) - PwC will lose its most lucrative audit contract among NZX-listed issuers when Fonterra ends a 15-year relationship that's earned the auditor $94 million.  more»
  • Consumer NZ’s Bad Taste Food Awards winners announced

    12:04 | 8/12/18
    Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin said the annual awards highlighted claims food manufacturers used to market their products as better choices.  more»
  • New smelter supports Big Electricity’s growth ambitions

    12:01 | 8/12/18
    The electricity corporates who generate and distribute electricity are driven by their shareholders’ demand for profits and growth of their assets. Their industrial consumers are growing their demand, and residential consumers are paying for their ... more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rally on speculation of US rate

    20:55 | 7/12/18
    Dec. 7 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares rose as markets across Asia rallied on speculation the US Federal Reserve will keep interest rates on hold next year, which would maintain the yield attraction of stocks over bonds. Spark New Zealand was up ... more»
  • Fed's wait-and-see signal keeps NZ dollar steady

    20:33 | 7/12/18
    Dec. 7 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar is steady on the week after ongoing worries about the China-US trade stoush were offset by news reports that the US Federal Reserve may signal a wait-and-see approach regarding rate hikes in 2019. more»
  • REINZ concerned about ring-fencing rules

    19:58 | 7/12/18
    If you’re writing on the Revenue Minister’s Taxation (Annual Rates for 2019-20, GST Offshore Supplier Registration, and Remedial Matters) Bill this weekend, please consider the following comment from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ). more»
  • Law society building stoush: voting system full of holes

    19:51 | 7/12/18
    Dec. 7 (BusinessDesk) - The battle over the sale of the Auckland District Law Society building has taken a bizarre twist, with the opponents saying the way the online voting is structured means it is vulnerable to being tampered with - from either ... more»
  • Forex trader pleads not guilty to $7 million fraud

    19:33 | 7/12/18
    A foreign exchange trader has pleaded not guilty to running a Ponzi scheme to defraud his clients of more than $7 million.  more»
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