Dene Mackenzie

Telecom moves into Mobile TV

Telecom is entering the mobile television market through its new XT mobile network.

Toll to take on courier mainstays

The move by Toll New Zealand to launch an express package service in New Zealand might not be all it seemed to be, Forsyth Barr broker Peter Young said yesterday.

Australia holds its OCR

Australia holds its OCR

The Reserve Bank of Australia yesterday kept its official cash rate unchanged at 3%, leaving the Reserve Bank of New Zealand in the probable position of having to do the same when it meets next week.

GPG seen as under valued

GPG seen as under valued

Sir Ron Brierley's GPG continued to trade at an unusually large discount to value, Forsyth Barr broker Suzanne Kinnaird said yesterday.

RPI to refinance after dividend let down

RPI to refinance after dividend let down

Rural Portfolio Investments, the private investment company of Craig Norgate and interests associated with the McConnon family, of Dunedin, needs to refinance its cash requirements before October 15, the company said yesterday.

AIA long-term investment: broker

AIA long-term investment: broker

Auckland International Airport remained a quality long-term investment story given its control of New Zealand's major tourism gateway, Forsyth Barr broker Peter Young said yesterday.

'Stunning' result for winemaker

'Stunning' result for winemaker

Delegat's Group yesterday reported a "stunning result" for the year ended June in a year which could have been difficult for a premium wine maker, ABN Amro Craigs broker Chris Timms said yesterday.

F&P engineers have designs on Chinese cooking

F&P engineers have designs on Chinese cooking

Fisher and Paykel Appliances designers got a taste of their own cooking yesterday when they took part in "Stir Fryday" to celebrate the opening of the new design centre kitchen.

Loan impairment charge worrying sign

Loan impairment charge worrying sign

The increase in South Canterbury Finance's provision for loans that might default was a concern, ABN Amro Craigs broker Peter McIntyre said yesterday.

PGG Wrightson profit declines

Farming services company PGG Wrightson yesterday reported a disappointing profit for the year ended June, and indicated its debt facilities were being renegotiated again.