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Fonterra Cooperative Group, the world's largest dairy exporter, has said the cost of its loan support package to farmers struggling with a low dairy payout will be $390 million.
Indications from dairy futures has pointed to a rise in milk production prices, which helped propel the New Zealand dollar forward.
Fonterra has set an ambitious target of five years with turnover of $10 billion for China to become the dairy exporter's number one client.
After losing a major supplier and reporting a first half profit fall of 90 percent, Smartpay Holdings is confident of rebuilding its business.
Profit for UDC and its parent company ANZ increased to $57 million after a solid year of growth in road transport and construction lending.
Wilson Parking New Zealand, owned by Hong Kong's Kwok family, more than doubled annual profit as it reaped more revenue from an expanding security business.
If there is a lift in global dairy prices in the first half of 2016, Fonterra chairman John Wilson says the dairy giant will honour its milk payout.
Kiwi Regional Airlines says its decision to cut its Dunedin to Queenstown service less than a month after launching shows the company is being "nimble".
German auto giant Volkswagen, mired in a massive emissions cheating scandal, says it has found technical solutions for more than 90 percent of the vehicles affected in Europe.
A2 Milk extended its rally on a record Tuesday for the NZX 50 as the index rose to 23.65 points, with turnover of $191 million.
Investors are hedging their bets an end is in sight to the US Federal Reserve's seven-year run of near-zero interest rates, which kept the kiwi unchanged.
In a case that has been running for more than a decade, Frucor shows no sign of backing down against the IRD over its use of convertible notes.
A shareholder in carpet manufacturer Cavalier Corp has questioned why, after one of its worst year ever, did it pay out $470k to its former head.
Property investor NPT has increased its first-half earnings thanks to an almost doubling in value of its property portfolio.
The Supreme Court has given Mobil Oil leave to challenge a Court of Appeal decision that made it liable to pay $10 million to publicly-owned Waterfront Auckland for the cleanup of a heavily contaminated area of Wynyard Quarter in downtown Auckland.
Hardware chain Bunnings has more than doubled annual profit in New Zealand following demand for do-it-yourself home improvement and building products from consumers and tradespeople.
Mortgage interest rates have dropped to their lowest level in 60 years.
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