Monday, 25 July 2016


  • Govt seeking business, philanthropy for predator-free policy

    17:36 | 25/7/16
    The government is seeking funding from businesses and philanthropists to support its "aspirational" policy, announced today, to make New Zealand predator-free by 2050. more»
  • PT&I’s Pacific Hub opens at Auckland Food Show

    17:29 | 25/7/16
    Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) has partnered with eight Pacific Island companies to promote a range of high quality food and beverage products from the Pacific Islands at the Auckland Food Show (AFS) starting this Thursday at the ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane ... more»
  • ISS Proxy Advisers now backing AMP China Growth Fund

    17:26 | 25/7/16
    The Australian Financial Review
    The AMP China Growth Fund is a $427 million ASX-listed investment company run by AMP Capital, the funds management arm of $17.3 billion ASX-listed wealth and insurance giant AMP Ltd. AMP Life, AMP Ltd's life insurance business, is the largest ... more»
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Recent News
  • Large Outflow of Money Witnessed in BP p.l.c.

    17:26 | 25/7/16
    Market Digest
    BP p.l.c. (BP) : The total money flow in BP p.l.c. (BP) was negative ($1.37 million), which signals selling by the traders on Fridays session. more»
  • PM censures Trade Minister for 'head of a pin' answers

    17:25 | 25/7/16
    July 25 (BusinessDesk) - Prime Minister John Key has censured his newbie Trade Minister, Todd McClay, for "dancing on the head of a pin" in answers he gave to both Key and news media when first asked about alleged trade threats from China over steel ... more»
  • Confidence grows in the Lions hunt for title

    17:15 | 25/7/16
    Courtnall Skosan (R) of the Lions scores a try despite tackle from Crusaders' Israel Dagg during the 2016 Super Rugby game between the Lions and the Crusaders at Ellis Park, Johannesburg, South Africa, 23 July 2016. Picture: EPA/RYAN WILKISKY ... The ... more»
  • NZD edges lower as Fed meeting takes centre stage this week

    17:14 | 25/7/16
    July 25 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar dipped as investors prepare for the Federal Reserve's policy review this week and will be looking for signs the world's biggest central bank will raise interest rates later this year.  more»
  • LVR announcement encourages new housing supply

    17:12 | 25/7/16
    New loan restrictions for Auckland property investors ill boost demand for ‘off the plan’ purchases and encourage new supply in a heated market.  more»
  • Volvo’s NZ Sales Outpacing Global Growth

    17:11 | 25/7/16
    Volvo says it is on track for a third consecutive record year of growth in New Zealand - despite international production shortfalls of its most popular models.  more»
  • Powder hounds happy and more to come for Coronet Peak

    17:08 | 25/7/16
    Queenstown snow-lovers and happy holidaymakers have been treated to a whiter-than-white snow day at the resort town’s ski fields.  more»
  • Augusta shareholders back Finance Centre sale

    17:08 | 25/7/16
    July 25 (BusinessDesk) - Augusta Capital's shareholders have overwhelmingly backed the sale of its Finance Centre properties in central Auckland for $96 million at a special meeting to consider the deal.  more»
  • IOC's decision on Russia is a copout

    17:03 | 25/7/16
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
    When people don't trust what they see, they lose faith and then they lose interest, and that's the last thing an IOC already struggling to connect with young sports fans can afford. more»

    17:03 | 25/7/16
    VietNamNet Bridge
    Samil CTS Vina Co., Ltd of the Republic of Korea (RoK), which specialises in producing computers and computer peripherals, inaugurated a plant and a research and development (R&D) centre in the Yen Phong industrial park, northern Bac Ninh province on ... more»
  • Biometrics, Borders, Bombs, and BREXIT: World Tumult Drives Adoption of ...

    16:52 | 25/7/16
    SYS-CON Media
    DENVER, July 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to Acuity Market Intelligence, recent terrorism and violence across Europe, the United States, and the Middle East, along with concerns about global migration and immigration, are driving ... more»
  • In China, A Giant Takeover Battle Offers a Peek into Banks' Risky Lending

    16:52 | 25/7/16
    In almost all cases, shadow lending is kept off the banks' balance sheets, making it difficult to gauge the true extent of the banks' exposure to this form of fund raising or lending - which is of particular concern as Chinese commercial banks' loan ... more»
  • Caltex's AA smartfuel deal to cost Z Energy $5 million

    16:35 | 25/7/16
    July 25 (BusinessDesk) - Z Energy, which is completing the integration of the Caltex fuel stations and Challenge! brand, has warned investors that it expects earnings to be $5 million lower due to Caltex's deal with AA Smartfuel.  more»
  • American Capital Agency's Q2 2016 And 7/22/2016 Book Value Projection

    16:23 | 25/7/16
    Seeking Alpha
    s (NASDAQ:AGNC) book value ("BV") per common share as of 6/30/2016. Prior to ... In that article, I projected/analyzed AGNC's income statement (technically speaking, the company's"consolidated statement of comprehensive income") for the second quarter ... more»
  • Australian Dollar Rises Against Majors

    16:18 | 25/7/16
    RTT News
    The Australian dollar strengthened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Monday. The Australian dollar rose to a 6-day high of 0.9825 against the Canadian dollar, from Friday's closing value of 0.9795. Against the yen and the euro ... more»
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