NZX head of exchange products Sam Stanley

Global exposure benefits KiwiSaver as dollar falls

Fri 31 Oct

KiwiSaver funds exposed to global equities are doing well on the back of the depreciating Kiwi. Should you switch?

Auckland Mayor Len Brown

Rates rise for Auckland businesses a rank injustice – lobby groups

Fri 31 Oct 2

Advocates argue Auckland businesses already bear an unfair burden.

99-177 Halsey St, Wynyard Quarter (Source: Google Maps)

Fu Wah given OIO green light for Auckland hotel

Fri 31 Oct 5

Chinese company Fu Wah has the go ahead for a $200m hotel deal with Auckland Council.

Neil Richardson, ‘independent chairman’ of the KISP

Kiwifruit splinter group slams ‘captured’ minister

Fri 31 Oct

“The Minister seems to have bought into the line that KISP is a substitute for a proper enquiry and review of the operation of the kiwifruit export regulations.”

Xero CEO Rod Drury

Xero third quarter cash burn slows as customer receipts rise 19%

Fri 31 Oct

Xero's third quarter results

Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings

China lifts temporary ban on Fonterra whey products but one by Russia remains

Fri 31 Oct

Chinese authorities have lifted a temporary ban on Fonterra whey powder imposed in the wake of the dairy company's botulism scare.

Sally Ridge (TV3)

Ridge pays security, appeal court date set

Fri 31 Oct

Earlier Ms Ridge had claimed she didn’t have the cash to pay the bond.

BNZ chief executive Anthony Healy

BNZ annual earnings rise 2.4% on lending growth, smaller bad debt charges

Fri 31 Oct

Bank of New Zealand lifted annual earnings 2.4 percent as the lender lifted lending to businesses and households and reported smaller charges on bad debts.

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