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The volume of trades on the New Zealand stock exchange has risen as an increase in equity trades outweighed a decline in debt trades.
With the election just over two weeks away, the New Zealand share market is getting a little twitchy.
Dairy product prices have dropped to the lowest level since July 2012 in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Work safety investigators say they're encouraged by the commitment of bosses and unions to improve safety at Lyttelton Port.
The New Zealand dollar was little changed against its trans-Tasman counterpart after the Reserve Bank of Australia kept rates on hold.
New Zealand companies with Australian business are among those whose shares have gained.
An update on the markets for September 2, 2014.
An Auckland company and its director have been hit with a $250,000 fine for illegally selling dozens of cars.
Interislander's flagship passenger ferry Kaitaki is out of service today as work is carried out to repair a coupling failure on a shaft generator on the vessel.
The New Zealand dollar was little changed along with other major currencies.
New Zealand shares have retreated as on-going political uncertainty ahead of the election this month.
The kiwi dollar has edged up after Government figures showed the nation's terms of trade stayed at a 40-year high.
Lyttelton Port's directors have backed the Christchurch council takeover but say shareholders should hold tight for now.
Gentrack says a delayed contract upgrade with an Australian-based energy utility will be signed.
An update on the markets for September 1, 2014.
IT company Datacom says New Zealand needs more young engineers.
New Zealand's terms of trade held at a 40-year high in the second quarter, as a high New Zealand dollar pushed down the price of imports.
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