The slump in the construction industry continued in March but
economists were surprised by how resilient activity remained
in the first three months of the year.
The new Apple iPhone, touted as the fastest and most powerful
iPhone yet, should be available in New Zealand by the end of
Oceana Gold appears to be taking notice of its shareholders
by examining options to provide more value for them both at
corporate and operational levels.
The official cash rate is likely to remain unchanged at 2.5%
on Thursday following considerable economic changes since the
Reserve Bank's April OCR review.
Contact Energy is expecting full-year underlying earnings
after tax to fall by as much as a third.
Symantec, Opera and Microsoft caught the attention of
Mack-Line last week with some announcements that on one hand
perplexed and on the other delighted.
Local Government Minister
Rodney Hide is to meet Stop the Stadium representatives when
he visits Dunedin in two weeks but no-one is saying what
topics are on the agenda.
Improved returns on
the New Zealand Superannuation Fund, ACC and the Earthquake
Commission helped the Government report better-than-expected
accounts for the 10 months ended April.
The launch yesterday of the XT fast mobile network will prove
to be an important driver of growth for many of Telecom's
New Zealanders not in KiwiSaver should join as soon as
possible as uncertainty continued around the future of
superannuation funding in New Zealand, financial adviser
Peter Smith said yesterday.
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