New Zealand's economic fortune largely depends on the United States sorting its financial crisis, Finance Minister Michael Cullen said today.
Wellington, Sept 26 NZPA - New Zealand's economic fortune largely depends on the United States sorting its financial crisis, Finance Minister Michael Cullen said today.
Wellington, Sept 24 NZPA - Fonterra has carved nearly 6 percent off its forecast for this season's payout to dairy farmers, trimming it from $7/kg of milksolids to $6.60/kg, blaming a downturn in international prices and demand.
Wellington, Sept 19 NZPA - The New Zealand dollar's test of higher levels was today interrupted by a resurgent US dollar and a reminder of how indebted New Zealand is in current account data.
Wellington, Sept 11 NZPA - Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard today cut official interest rates by half of a percentage point to 7.50 percent as widely expected.
Wellington, Sept 10 NZPA - Fearing a loss of international market share, the tourism industry is calling for increased public spending on marketing.
Wellington, Aug 29 NZPA - The New Zealand share market closed higher today, led by rises in leading stocks after US stocks rose sharply. The benchmark NZSX-50 index closed up 28.447 points at 3353.243. There were 63 rises and 36 falls. Turnover was worth $87.95 million.
Wellington, Aug 29 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket started the day firmly, with Fletcher Building gaining 10c early as it continues to climb away from last month's lows.
Wellington, Aug 26 NZPA - Business managers have increased expectations about inflation levels in the next few years, according to a Reserve Bank survey.
Wellington, July 25 NZPA - Miners are mounting a major lobbying campaign in the run-up to the general election and calling for a re-think on support for exploration.
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