Monday, 27 June 2016

Latest News

  • Is NZ ready for the next global revolution in manufacturing

    12:16 | 27/6/16
    Scoop
    Networked manufacturing, otherwise known as Industry 4.0, is the next revolution in manufacturing, offering higher productivity and more adaptable and intelligent systems. more»
  • Is NZ ready for the next revolution in manufacturing?

    12:10 | 27/6/16
    Scoop
    Networked manufacturing, otherwise known as Industry 4.0, is the next revolution in manufacturing, offering higher productivity and more adaptable and intelligent systems. more»
  • Vital Manager updat

    12:00 | 27/6/16
    Scoop
    Vital Healthcare Management Limited (‘VHML’), the Manager of Vital Healthcare Property Trust (‘Vital’), is wholly owned by NorthWest Healthcare Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (‘NWH’), a Canadian based healthcare focussed real ... more»
  • NZ posts trade surplus in May as exports of logs, fruit jump

    11:55 | 27/6/16
    Scoop
    June 27 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand posted a bigger than expected trade surplus in May as increased Chinese demand for logs and a growing international appetite for kiwifruit boosted exports. more»
  • Andrew Hoggard - Address to Dairy Industry Group

    11:31 | 27/6/16
    Scoop
    Good morning colleagues, observers, media, and of course all the keyboard warriors and trolls waiting in anticipation.  more»
  • Consultation on dual registration for non-systemic banks

    11:27 | 27/6/16
    Scoop
    The Reserve Bank today published a consultation paper on its approach to the registration of foreign-owned banks that have a small, non-systemic, locally incorporated presence in New Zealand. more»
  • Oil Extends Losses to Near $47 After Tumbling on Brexit Vote

    11:26 | 27/6/16
    Bloomberg
    The Norwegian krone tumbled more than 2 percent as oil dropped a second day. Sterling sank beyond $1.35, extending losses near weakest level since 1985 as investors face months of uncertainty over Britain's future amid turmoil within the two major ... more»
  • Funding for CPEC projects should be raised from the public: MD, PSX

    11:26 | 27/6/16
    Business Recorder (registration) (blog)
    So these sectors have a limited capacity to grow in the immediate future. ... Since 60 percent plus of the CPEC-related investment, whether it is via loans or equity, is going to be in the power sector, and you are giving this great incentive in the ... more»
  • NZME lists on stock exchange

    11:15 | 27/6/16
    3News
    Media company NZME has listed on the New Zealand stock exchange this morning after its Australian owners APN decided to 'demerge' its assets in New Zealand.  more»
  • Consumer goods imports up $152 million in May

    11:10 | 27/6/16
    Scoop
    Goods imports rose $229 million (5.7 percent) in May 2016 to $4.2 billion, led by a rise in imports of consumer goods, up $152 million (16 percent), Statistics New Zealand said today. more»
  • Oil extends decline as Brexit concerns linger

    11:05 | 27/6/16
    Reuters
    Hedge funds betting on summer gasoline demand raised their bullish bets on U.S. crude futures last week, just before the market's crash on Friday on Britain's shock decision to leave the European Union, trade data showed. Russia and China sealed a raft ... more»
  • Pre-Wimbledon Party Rewind

    11:03 | 27/6/16
    WTA Tennis
    The drinks list, populated by among others Stella Artois, Laurent Perrier, Pablo and La Poderosa and evian, was just as impressive, while new partner Häagen-Dazs catered for those with a sweeter tooth, previewing its new limited edition Strawberries ... more»
  • 'Enron Accounting' at CLWA? | Commentary by Lynne Plambeck

    11:03 | 27/6/16
    SCVNEWS.com
    As everyone probably knows, Enron was an energy company that collapsed at the end of 2001 after it was revealed that its reported financial condition was really just creative accounting, over-stating profits and hiding liabilities in off-book maneuvers ... more»
  • British pound slips anew in early Asia; markets skittish

    11:03 | 27/6/16
    Reuters
    SYDNEY The British pound fell anew in early Asian trading on Monday, with investors still at a loss as to what happens next now that the country has voted to leave the European Union. more»
  • England at Euro 2016: Why we will beat Iceland - Danny Murphy

    11:03 | 27/6/16
    BBC News
    Knowing Roy, I think it will have annoyed him that his boss at the Football Association, Greg Dyke, has been talking about his future while England are still in Euro 2016. You have to be bright enough to bat some questions away while the tournament is ... more»
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