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Daily NZX Report
for 31/10/2014
NZSX 50 Index up 14.8 points.
The New Zealand sharemarket was strong today, with 91 advances and 43 declines. The NZSX 50 Index Index rose 14.8 points, or 0.28%, to close at 5368.30 while the NZSX 15 Index finished the day 3.0 points (0.03%) up at 10331.00.

Today's big movers were Freightways up 0.35 (6.80%) at 5.50, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corp Ltd up 0.05 (0.90%) at 5.60, Xero down 0.30 (1.86%) at 15.85, Sky Network Television down 0.04 (0.63%) at 6.30 and Mainfreight up 0.52 (3.39%) at 15.88.

NZX Indices
NZ50NZSX 505,3395,368150.28
ZXVNZSX 1510,28410,33130.03
NC50NZSX Portfolio3,2733,291100.29
NZTSNZX SciTech2,0792,093120.56
T10NZSX 101,1441,15010.10
SEMCNZSX MidCap3,2033,226190.59
SCINZSX SCI10,59810,631270.25
A99All Index1,0781,08440.32
AXASNZAX All Index590.54593.344.270.72
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Todays Top Stories
Most Active Healthcare Stocks: Regulus Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:RGLS ...
30 Oct 2014 02:18 StreetWise Report
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NZ dollar down 2pc in morning trading
30 Oct 2014 10:33 New Zealand Herald
A resurgent US dollar and more bearish talk from the Reserve Bank combined to drive the New Zealand dollar 2 per cent lower in active trading this morning.  more...
NZ dollar dives after Fed outlook
30 Oct 2014 09:26 Courier Mail
THE kiwi dropped as low as 78.25 US cents from 79.37 cents immediately before the Fed statement at 7am New Zealand time and from 79.19 cents at 5pm on Wednesday.  more...
New Zealand dollar falls sharply after RBNZ statement
30 Oct 2014 09:15 Reuters
SYDNEY Oct 30 (Reuters) - The New Zealand dollar fell sharply on Thursday after the country's central bank was seen as sounding a bit more dovish following a widely expected decision to leave interest rates unchanged.  more...
NZ dollar drops 2% in two hours
30 Oct 2014 09:38 NEWS.com.au
THE New Zealand dollar has dropped about two per cent in just two hours after the Federal Reserve gave a more upbeat than expected assessment of the US economy and New Zealand's Reserve Bank gave no signal it would need to raise interest rates.  more...
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