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|... volumes again dominated by Telecom and network company Chorus following their split. Rakon fell to a record low and Contact Energy led decliners. The NZX 50 Index fell 8.44 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 3,283.04. Within the index, 20 stocks fell, 20 rose ...|
|... - Wellington closed down 0.83 per cent, or 27.34 points, at 3,255.37. Telecom dived 5.3 per cent to $NZ2.50 and Contact Energy fell 2.4 per cent to $NZ5.38.|
|... declined by 1.51 percent to $Sg9.81. WELLINGTON - Wellington shed 0.13 per cent, or 4.37 points, to close at 3288.31. Contact Energy gained one per cent to $NZ5.27 and Sky City closed 0.9 per cent higher at $NZ3.51, while Fletcher Building fell by 1.8 ...|
|... Healthcare was up 5c during the morning, but finished level at 270. Sky TV fell 2c to 560, Sky City gained 4c to 361, Contact Energy, majority owned by Australia's Origin Energy, was up 3c to 538, and cornerstone stock Telecom fell 3c to 242.5c. Nuplex ...|
|... WELLINGTON - The New Zealand sharemarket outperformed many markets in Asia as selected leading shares pushed higher. Contact Energy rose 21c to 602 after selling the small shortfall in its rights issue at a premium to the issue price. The benchmark NZX-50 ...|
|... highest level in nearly three years. "Liquidity in the market has been sporadic and there are no real themes. The Contact Energy issue has now washed through," James Lee, head of institutional equities at First NZ Capital, said. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare ...|
|... WELLINGTON - The New Zealand sharemarket ended slightly firmer as it braced for earnings reports from Telecom, Contact Energy and Sky Television tomorrow. Mainfreight rose 19c to 670 after reporting first quarter sales up 20.5 per cent compared to a ...|
|... turnover of 121.9 billion yuan ($US18.0 billion). WELLINGTON - The share market rose today, led by Telecom and Contact Energy, and reflecting strength in offshore markets on the back of strong US corporate earnings. The benchmark NZX-50 index closed ...|
|... sharemarket fell away from an 18-month high reached on Wednesday, with market heavyweights Fletcher Building and Contact Energy both retreating from multi-month peaks. The benchmark NZX-50 index closed down 17.311 points, or 0.521 per cent, at 3,307.765. ...|
|... sharemarket rose to a more than 18 month high on Wednesday care of solid gains in leaders Fletcher Building and Contact Energy and rises in an array of other stocks. Telecom was unable to build on Tuesday's 8c rise and closed unchanged today at 224 ...|
The chief commercial officer and head of communications and marketing officer at Iress have announced their resignations.
Commonwealth Bank has ditched its 90-year-old Dollarmites program after the state governments' banning of school banking schemes.
BT has identified the cause of its $147 billion platform being down for a week, with new chief executive Matt Rady making assurances for the future.
The life insurer appointed a general manager, product and proposition, hiring from MetLife.
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