Wed, 24 Oct 2012 5:25a.m.
Labour says the Government isn't likely to meet its deadline for selling Mighty River Power due to court action.
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11/12/2012 9:47:46 a.m.
Some people have very Narrow Minds! We must STOP Foreign ownership or we will end up like the US a Police State. Keep NZ KIWI.
24/10/2012 5:35:55 p.m.
paora mepham wrote:
49% an astounding victory 2 john key and national? More people voted against him than for him. Ie no mandate to sell our assets. Simple.
24/10/2012 4:15:40 p.m.
Jim Seaview, thank you, you said it all for me.
The Govt says it's hypocritical of the Greens to criticise the number of 'mum and dad' Mighty River Power investors, when they were responsible for "frightening them off".
Mighty River Power shares have been floating around the $2.50 mark, the same price the Government set for their listing.
The price of gold is trying to rally this morning, after steep falls in the past week.
Investor confidence has jumped to a two-year high thanks to buoyant property and share markets.
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