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PREMIUM CLUB: Intueri presentation to investors

Rob Facer, CEO of Intueri Education Group, hosted a number of Intueri's investors at the Investor Open day on 22 ...

Auckland Airport sees huge growth

Auckland International Airport estimated that the number of passengers using Auckland Airport every year could almost treble to 40 million ...

RB books a solid half year

Restaurant Brands has reported net profit after tax for the 28 weeks ended 8 September 2014 (1H 2015) was $11.5 ...

Hellaby in good shape

For the three months to 30 September 2014, Hellaby’s group sales and EBITDA were significantly ahead of the same period ...
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By WARREN HEAD The New Zealand CPI inflation release rather stunned bank economists and will have also had the Reserve Bank thinking hard. ...
Guidance warning from Cavalier

Cavalier Corporation advises that after three months of trading, whilst volumes have been consistent with previous year, margins are under pressure. ...



Sky renews Sanzar rugby

SKY advises that it has signed a conditional contract to secure a rugby rights agreement with the New Zealand Rugby Union and the other SANZAR Unions for 5 years from 2016 ...



Larger trade deficit

The September merchandise trade deficit was substantially larger than expected, due to a jump in the monthly import bill that appears to be due to one-offs and timing effects. ...



Auckland Airport sees huge growth image

Auckland International Airport estimated that the number of passengers using Auckland Airport every year could almost treble to 40 million people in 2044 and the number of flights every year almost double to 260,000. ...



Tauranga capex charges clip quarterly earnings

Port of Tauranga shareholders were given a report at today’s annual meeting on how business is trending in the first quarter of the current financial year. ...



Westpac Weekly Insight: Stand down image

Very low inflation will keep the Reserve Bank on the sidelines for a long while yet. Westpac Chief Economist Dominick Stephens presents economic insights in this bite-sized weekly video. ...



MARKET WEEK: How low can we go with the CPI and Kiwi? image

By WARREN HEAD The New Zealand CPI inflation release rather stunned bank economists and will have also had the Reserve Bank thinking hard. ...



Consumer inflation undershoots

Consumer prices rose by 0.3% in the September quarter, once again undershooting market expectations of a 0.5% increase, and below even our bottom of the range forecast of a 0.4% rise. ...



RCG Retail & Property Review: There's a lot to do in housing image

The residential sector still has plenty of catching up to do. Construction is picking up but will need to rise far higher to correct the housing supply, says the consultancy group RCG ...



MARKET WEEK: Nothing like fear of a fall to focus the mind image

BY WARREN HEAD A veteran publisher once told me that people are less motivated to do something for reward than they are in wanting to avoid a loss. ...



Aussie market closes higher image

Australian shares improved for the fourth time this week, taking the gains for the five days to 2.65 per cent. The All Ordinaries Index (XAO) rose by 0.55 per cent today with no sectors missing ...



PREMIUM CLUB: Intueri presentation to investors image

Rob Facer, CEO of Intueri Education Group, hosted a number of Intueri's investors at the Investor Open day on 22 October 2014. A copy of the presentation made to Investors is attached for Headliner Premium ...



Treading wsater on ASX image

Australian shares are treading water ahead of an update on China’s manufacturing sector at 12.45pm AEDT, says Steven Daghlian, market analyst at CommSec. ...



ASX 200 gains for a 7th day image

The feature of the second half of Wednesday’s trade was the ASX 200 recovering from a flat spot in late morning trade to make new session highs over the afternoon, says CommSec market analyst Tom ...



Pause for the Aussie market image

Australian shares faded this afternoon to end a touch lower for the first time in six days, says CommSec analyst Steven Daghlian. ...



Forecast below consensus

[PREMIUM] Synlait Milk’s NPAT guidance was lifted this week but has been followed by two days of sell-off of the share price. ...



Outlook for gold

[PREMIUM] With the international price of gold retreating (and leading to job losses of 25% at OceanaGold's Macrae's mine), what do analysts see as the direction for gold this year? ...



SKYCITY weak trading update image

[PREMIUM] SKYCITY Entertainment provided a trading update across its casino properties and guided towards a 1H14 normalised NPAT range of $65–68m. What do equity analysts make of this? ...



Caltex Australia refocused

[PREMIUM] Caltex Australia has released their FY13 guidance, in line with consensus. What prospects, then, do equity analysts see for this Australian heavyweight? ...



BHP Billiton US Shale site visit

[PREMIUM] BHP hosted its long awaited shale tour this month, providing a holistic outlook for the business. ...



Bottom of the band

NZ swap and bond yields closed down 4-6bps yesterday says Kymberly Martin, senior markets strategist at BNZ Markets. Overnight, US 10-year yields pushed up from 2.20% to 2.28%. ...



Aussie CPI produces no surprises there

In another relatively quiet day in NZ markets, swap and bond yields closed up 1-2bps reports Kymberly Martin, senior markets strategist at BNZ Markets. ...



KIwi yields close lower

In a fairly quiet day, NZ yields closed down 4-5bps, said Kymberly Martin, senior markets strategist at BNZ Markets this morning. Overnight, US 10y yields pushed up from 2.14% to 2.20%. ...



Swaps market closes higher

Following Friday’s offshore moves, NZ swaps closed up 2-5bps, yesterday, said Kymberly Martin, senior markets strategist at BNZ Markets this morning. ...



Calmness on markets

A semblance of calm returned to financial markets into the close of the week, with a notable recovery enjoyed on equity markets, said Cameron Bagrie, chief economist at ANZ. ...





Kiwi drops sharply on CPI news

The NZD has been the worst performing currency over the past 24-hours, declining 1.4% relative to the USD, says Kymberly Martin, senior markets strategist at BNZ Markets. The NZD/USD trades at 0.7820 this morning. ...



NZ trade date the focus today image

New Zealand trade data due today could reveal a shrinking trade surplus, says Sharon Zollner, senor economist at ANZ this morning. ...



Inflation prints are in the news

Upcoming this morning is the NZ CPI – Q3 reading (10:45am). A 0.5% increase is expected, with annual CPI inflation easing to 1.1%, says ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie this morning. ...



Waiting for the CPI numbers

The NZD/USD sits a little lower, at 0.7950 this morning, reports Kymberly Martin, senior markets strategist at BNZ Markets. ...



Calmer market conditions

Speculation that the ECB would consider buying corporate bonds in the New Year drove the most significant moves on financial markets, says Con Williams, agri-economist at ANZ. ...



Exclusive Taupo properties on market

Three multi-million dollar properties in an exclusive gated Taupo subdivision recognised as one of the country’s most sought after areas have been placed on the market for sale. ...



Update by Augusta

Augusta Capital provided an update on recent activity across its Directly Owned Property Portfolio. ...



Ruakura project gets go-ahead

Tainui Group Holdings (TGH) and Chedworth Properties have welcomed final approval from the Ruakura Board of Inquiry to re-zone land they own at Ruakura from rural to ‘employment and residential’ uses. ...



Meridian moving to airport

Auckland Airport has leased a whole floor in its Quad 5 office building to Meridian Energy. ...



Market vitality in Miami Home Prices

The Miami real estate market continued to experience rising prices in the second quarter of 2014 due to strong demand, which is another sign of improving economic conditions in certain states of the US ...



PREMIUM: Digesting the dairy trends. image

There has been a lot to digest in the dairy industry in recent weeks and ANZ Bank’s chief economist Cameron Bagrie and agri-economist Con Williams don’t hold back in discussing how they think the drop ...



Downgrade of milk price by ANZ

Continued strength in the NZD, large falls in international dairy commodity prices, and recent price action (which we consider to be bearish) have prompted ANZ to downgrade their 2014/15 milk price forecast to $6.25/kg milksolids ...



Oil prices edges higher

World oil prices rose in Monday in response to simmering tensions in Ukraine and better-than-expected US retail sales data, reported CommSec. ...



Dairy auction index declines

The price of whole milk powder fell to its lowest level in more than a year in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction ...



Oil prices on the rise

World oil prices rose on Thursday as investors responded to generally firmer US economic data ...




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