The future of South Canterbury Finance lies in the hands of
Treasury and whether or not it accepts the Timaru-based
finance company into the extended retail deposit guarantee
Our calculations suggest there was a substantial rebound in
the fourth quarter.
Mack-line tries hard to avoid paranoia when several similar
emails arrive in the inbox at about the same time.
The economic recovery is thought to have been much broader in
the three months ended December, with most areas posting an
Retail investors have the chance to own a piece of a school,
prison or hospital through a $125 million fund launched by
Craigs Investment Partners.
Shares of clothing retailer Kathmandu improved 8% in price
yesterday as investors reacted positively to the nearly 50%
rise in operating profit.
Oil prices touched $US83 ($NZ117) yesterday, coming within
$US2 of this year's high on a recovery in demand in the
United States and Opec's decision to leave output targets
New Zealand motorists should receive some protection from
sharp rises in the price of petrol at the pump as a sluggish
United States economy and a continuing low dollar keep
interest rates stable in the US.
Rising interest rates and petrol prices, along with worsening
unemployment combined to knock the confidence of consumers in
the March quarter.
It will come as no surprise to readers that sex sells on the
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