|While you were sleeping: Stocks slide|
Equities on both sides of the Atlantic fell as central bank chiefs signalled an easing of monetary stimulus
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz 8:35am NZX 50 hits record led by Comvita, Tower
New Zealand shares rose to a new record, led by a recovery in Comvita after the manuka honey health products maker downplayed the impact the Myrtle Rust fungal disease would have on the wider industry, while Tower jumped on news its...
© 2017 NZ Herald 5:55pm Comvita shares rise after CEO downplays myrtle rust risk to manuka honey industry
Comvita shares rose to a two-week high after the honey health products maker downplayed the risk posed to the manuka honey industry by the Myrtle Rust fungal disease
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz Tue 11:35am NZX considers one platform for all listed stocks
Stock Exchange operator NZX said it was looking at creating a single board for all its listed stocks and doing away with its other platforms, which are designed to accommodate the smaller companies.NZX said its move was in response...
© 2017 NZ Herald Tue 9:55am PNA looks for more Pacific support on tuna conservation
The Parties to the Nauru Agreement hope other Pacific nations will join its efforts to conserve tuna stocks in ways that recognise the value of the species to small island states.
© 2017 RadioNZ Mon 2:25pm 'The moment my heart broke': Mother shares gut-wrenching photo of newborn son in hospital before he died of whooping cough
A heartbroken mother has shared a photograph of the moment she realised her baby son would die of whooping cough.Catherine Hughes' son Riley died at only 32 days old after developing the disease and too young to receive the vaccine...
© 2017 NZ Herald Mon 8:45am Shares finish week in much the same place they began
New Zealand shares dipped, with Contact Energy and Trustpower falling, while CBL Corp and Restaurant Brands rose.The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 10.05 points, or 0.1 per cent, to 7553.64. Within the index, 22 stocks fell, 19 rose and...
© 2017 NZ Herald Fri 8:35pm Is the tech bubble about to burst?
There are signs that trouble may be brewing in the tech paradise. US technology stocks have been under pressure in the past week and struggling to recover. Apple, the world's most valuable company by market capitalisation, saw...
© 2017 NZ Herald Fri 4:45pm
Wall Street drops, stocks slide
Equities on both sides of the Atlantic fell as central bank chiefs signalled an easing of monetary stimulus. Speaking in London, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen did little to suggest US policy makers have altered plans for a...
© 2017 NZ Herald 8:35am MARKET CLOSE: NZX 50 hits record as Comvita downplays rust outbreak; Tower gains on takeover
New Zealand shares rose to a new record, led by a recovery in Comvita after the manuka honey health products maker downplayed the impact the Myrtle Rust fungal disease would have on the wider industry, while Tower jumped on news its board was backing an A
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz 5:45pm MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise in light volume trade, led by Spark, Z; Sky TV falls
New Zealand shares rose, led by Z Energy and Spark New Zealand in relatively light trading, while Sky Network Television fell after the pay-TV operator and Vodafone New Zealand terminated their merger agreement, although it did pare some of its losses ove
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz Mon 5:55pm Livestock Improvement to lift stake in UK's National Milk Records to 17.2%
Livestock Improvement Corp, or LIC, is to increase its holding in National Milk Records (NMR) to 17.2 percent from 2.6 percent after agreeing to subscribe for shares to allow the UK farm management recording services to fund its exit from a pension fund
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz Mon 10:35am Quality versus quantity - tourism shares dairy's challenge
Head of an international marketing company says that going for quality over quantity is the real challenge for New Zealand tourism.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz Mon 5:25am Is this Russia's green screen queen?
Russian YouTuber Tatiana Subbotina shares how she "travels the world" without leaving her home.
© 2017 BBCWorld Sun 12:35am