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Chris Ford: Anti-American Imperialist Sentiment Behind September 11, 2001 Attacks

Last week I was not able to blog due to the fact that I have had a problem in changing over to a new internet service provider and consequently I missed the September 11th anniversary and the chance to blog about my views surrounding it on that very date.

NZ Sharemarket Ends Lacklustre Session Lower

NZ Sharemarket Ends Lacklustre Session Lower
Wellington, Sept 14 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket ended a lacklustre Monday session lower but brokers said it outperformed other markets in Asia.

NZ Sharemarket Edges Up In Early Trade

NZ Sharemarket Edges Up In Early Trade
Wellington, Sept 14 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket edged ahead in early trading, after stocks in the United States broke a five-day winning streak on Friday (local time). Around 10.15am the benchmark NZSX-50 index was up 2.38 points to 3139.56, after gaining 10.5 points on Friday.

NZ Sharemarket Slips In A Quiet Day - Waiting For News

NZ Sharemarket Slips In A Quiet Day - Waiting For News
Wellington, Sept 9 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket slipped today after a promising start to trading with some modest gains.

Modest Early Gain For NZ Sharemarket

Modest Early Gain For NZ Sharemarket
Wellington, Sept 9 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket gained modestly in early trading as top stock Telecom lifted 1.5 percent, but a recent rally in Fletcher Building shares went into reverse.

Resigning BP Boss Warns On Petrol Station Business In NZ

Resigning BP Boss Warns On Petrol Station Business In NZ
Wellington, Sept 2 NZPA - Resigning BP managing director Peter Griffiths is warning that the petrol station business in this country is unsustainable.

NZ Shares Fall Early, As Chinese Sell-Off Drags World Equities

NZ Shares Fall Early, As Chinese Sell-Off Drags World Equities
Wellington, Sept 1 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket was down in early trading, after a sharp sell-off in Chinese stocks dragged down equity markets around the world. Around 10.15am the benchmark NZSX-50 index was down 11.21 points to 3086.79, having fallen 11.3 points yesterday.

NZ Dollar Again Bumps Against US69c But Can't Cross The Barrier

NZ Dollar Again Bumps Against US69c But Can't Cross The Barrier
Wellington, Aug 28 NZPA - The New Zealand dollar once again bumped up against the US69c level and was rebuffed. For the third time this week the kiwi was briefly above US68.90c but was unable to push on to top US69c, a level untouched since last September.

As Impact Of Tui Oil Decline Shows, NZOG Unveils New Prospect

As Impact Of Tui Oil Decline Shows, NZOG Unveils New Prospect
Wellington, Aug 26 NZPA - As full year results from New Zealand Oil & Gas (NZOG) showed the impact of declining oil production from the Tui fields, the company also had news about how it hopes to fill the gap.

NZ Oil & Gas Net Profit Falls 45 Pct To $53.2m

NZ Oil & Gas Net Profit Falls 45 Pct To $53.2m
Wellington, Aug 26 NZPA - New Zealand Oil & Gas reported a 45 percent fall in full year net profit to $53.2 million, as revenue from ordinary activities declined 41 percent to $138.9 million.

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