|Markets Right Now: Banks, energy stocks lead early gains|
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local):9:35 a.m.Banks and energy stocks are leading early gains for U.S. indexes.Banks are gaining as bond yields rise Tuesday, and energy companies...
© 2018 NZ Herald 3:43am Indexes rise a day after a stumble, but Facebook falls again
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are rising Tuesday as energy companies climb with oil prices and banks move up along with interest rates. The market was recovering some of its losses from a day ago. Other sectors including health care...
© 2018 NZ Herald 3:43am MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares down; Synlait, Fonterra fall ahead of dairy auction, earnings tomorrow
New Zealand shares dropped, with Synlait Milk, A2 Milk Co and Fonterra Shareholders Fund units falling ahead of tomorrow's GlobalDairyTrade auction and results from Synlait and Fonterra Cooperative Group
© 2018 sharechat.co.nz 5:53pm Australian mum shares horrific photos of botched haircut
Feel like you're having a bad hair day? We'd hazard a guess that it's not as bad, and hopefully has never been as bad, as the haircut a Queensland mum found herself sporting.Danni Draper booked a chop at her local hair salon, hoping...
© 2018 NZ Herald 2:43pm 'Hope you sold': Eroad worker decided to sell shares before getting text, court hears
A former Eroad employee and shareholder accused of selling thousands of shares after a tip-off is on trial in the country's first insider trading case.
© 2018 Stuff.co.nz 1:53pm Kathmandu lifts 1H profit 23%; sells shares to fund US$60M footwear purchase
Kathmandu Holdings, the outdoor equipment retailer, increased first-half profit 23 percent, in line with its forecast, as it discounted less products and lifted margins. It also announced plans to buy its US footwear supplier Oboz Footwear
© 2018 sharechat.co.nz 11:43am NZ dollar rises from three-week low ahead of Fed meeting, ignores Wall St selloff
The New Zealand dollar bounced from a three-week low ahead of this week's Federal Reserve policy review, which is expected to lift US interest rates, while stocks on Wall Street after growings fears of regulation in the tech sector weighed on Wall Street
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