Uranium producers and insurers were punished in Australia
yesterday as investors reacted to Friday's earthquake and
tsunami in Japan.
Japan's disaster had dealt another blow to New Zealand's
economic recovery, BNZ senior economist Craig Ebert said
State-owned Solid Energy yesterday opened up the debate on
whether or not it was feasible for parts of the closed Pike
River to be opencast mined.
Two reports out last week offered some insights into the way
we use the internet.
Establishing candid and honest lines of communication about
damaged buildings is a fundamental first step in lease
negotiations between tenants and landlords, Dunedin lawyer
Tony Sycamore says.
Gross margins were maintained but lower sales in the six
months ended January 31 meant lower profits for The Warehouse
Air New Zealand is still regarded as having good earnings
potential despite rising fuel prices, Forsyth Barr broker
Suzanne Kinnaird said yesterday.
Retail banks rushed to cut their floating home loan rates
yesterday after the Reserve Bank matched expectations and cut
the official cash rate by 0.5% to 2.5%.
Commentators were quick yesterday to have their say on the
Reserve Bank cutting its official cash rate by 0.5% to 2.5%.
cautious and continued to restrain their spending on items
such as furniture and c
cars for sale
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