Tuesday, 23 September 2014

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  • NZ dollar rises on Fed speculation

    09:22 | 17/9/14
    Sky News Australia
    The New Zealand dollar advanced as investors pulled back expectations that the Federal Reserve will signal a rise in interest rates and on reports China is adding liquidity to its banks. more»
  • Queenstown Airport heading for record 2014

    15:40 | 19/9/14
    Scoop
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - Queenstown Airport Corp, the nation's fourth busiest airport, handled a record number of passengers this winter as it benefited from increased flights and capacity, prompting it to install a $450,000 'pop-up' tent structure ... more»
  • Gerald McKay struck off

    15:42 | 18/9/14
    Scoop
    The New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal has ordered that Gerald George McKay be struck from the Roll of Barristers and Solicitors. The Tribunal found Mr McKay guilty of one charge of professional misconduct by acting for a number ... more»
  • NZ dollar little changed on the week after Fed

    17:13 | 19/9/14
    Scoop
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 0.2 percent weekly decline against the greenback, after the prospect for higher US interest rates pushed the local currency to a seven-month low. more»
  • George Kerr to dilute stake in Pyne Gould share issue

    17:57 | 19/9/14
    Scoop
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - Pyne Gould Corp's managing director George Kerr will dilute his stake in the financial services firm if it goes ahead with a planned share issue, which will increase its stake in Equity Partners Infrastructure Co No 1, the so-called ... more»
  • The Indian Rupee: Risks Keep On Adding

    01:07 | 18/9/14
    Seeking Alpha (registration)
    Recently, I mentioned in my article, "The Indian Rupee: New Risks Evolve As Oil Cools And Gold Imports Decline", about the risks faced by the Indian Rupee (or INR) from the strengthening US dollar (or USD). Last month, the U.S economy added 142,000 ... more»
  • Australian dollar slumps on US Fed speech

    09:22 | 18/9/14
    Sydney Morning Herald
    The Australian dollar has fallen to a fresh low below US90c after the US dollar strengthened in the wake of the Federal Reserve delivering on expectations to taper its asset purchase program but defying bets that it would drop a pledge to keep interest ... more»
  • FTSE 100 finishes marginally higher as Scottish vote boost runs out of steam

    03:56 | 20/9/14
    The Guardian
    After an initial burst of enthusiasm - though by no means as much as expected - leading shares ended the day only marginally ahead in the wake of the Scottish referendum no vote. more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares follow Wall Street higher

    17:32 | 19/9/14
    Scoop
    Sept. 19 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares rose in a global rally as Wall Street climbed to records overnight, while a falling New Zealand dollar further supported local stocks. Kathmandu Holdings rose, paced by Fletcher Building and A2 Milk Co. more»
  • Spark broadband gets even more naked

    15:19 | 19/9/14
    Scoop
    Naked VDSL and ADSL plans available on Spark Network without Ultra Mobile bundle Spark is offering its Ultra Broadband customers more choice and more value from today, with the launch of “standalone” Naked VDSL and ADSL plans, which mean customers ... more»
  • Apple, The Media, And Marketing

    16:12 | 19/9/14
    Scoop
    It is quite astonishing how much of the news is taken up with Apple releasing their iWatch and the iPhone 6; newspapers, online news sites, it's splashed all over the world press. Is a new version of a phone really newsworthy enough of that much press? more»
  • ASB Farmshed Economics Report

    15:25 | 19/9/14
    Scoop
    The dairy markets can’t seem to catch a break, according to the latest ASB Farmshed Economics Report.  more»
Global Indices
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COMP4,528521.14%
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DAX9,750500.51%
FTSE6,774640.94%
NI22516,2061150.71%
TWI78.380.090.11%
Currencies
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EURUSD1.2850.0020.16%
NZDUSD0.81130.00050.06%
AUDUSD0.88750.00450.50%
NZDAUD0.91350.00340.37%