Ryman Healthcare - which has doubled its asset base in the
past four years - has booked a record half-year profit.
Otago has posted the largest quarterly gain in economic
activity of any region in the country, its strongest
quarterly result since June 2010.
Cloud-based accounting company Xero has booked a 76% boost to
paying customers globally, softening an expected $24.5
million loss for its half-year trading to September.
Sanford, which holds 23% of the country's fishery quota, has
had a tough year but eked out a 10% gain in booking a $22.3
Getting philosophical over a pint just got easier for the
Dunedin Theosophical Society, which has bought the historic
Fitzroy Hotel in Hillside Rd, in South Dunedin.
Brewer Moa has booked increased revenue and beer-sale gains
of, respectively, 70% and 90% but posted a more than $3
million half-year loss.
Retirement village operator Arvida Group has launched an $80
million initial public offering (IPO) in a bid to become the
country's fourth largest retirement operator.
The plunge in global oil prices to almost four-year lows -
below $US80 ($NZ100.62) per barrel and New Zealand's cheapest
fuel in 18 months - appears set to continue.
Investors and gold producers alike are becoming nervous as
the global price of gold continues to soften in the face of
the strengthening US dollar.
Perseverance with the decades-old offshore Kupe oil and gas
field in Taranaki is providing the blueprint for New Zealand
Oil & Gas' expanding exploration programme.
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