Exports leapt higher in September, led by a strong recovery
in dairy exports following trade disruptions in August caused
by the Fonterra contamination scandal.
Less money than expected received from the partial sell-down
of Meridian Energy may force the Government to rethink its
state-owned assets sales programme.
The recent volatility in Pacific Edge's share price was
surreal, chief executive David Darling said yesterday.
Apple hit the market running yesterday with a raft of press
releases about new products as it competes to regain some of
the market share it has lost to Android devices.
Two national awards were last night announced at the Young
Enterprise Scheme Otago awards event, the first time both
awards had gone to the region in one year.
The share price of Pacific Edge continues to rise as the
Dunedin-based company drip-feeds positive news announcements
to the market.
Introducing a tax rate higher than company and trust rates
would encourage people to divert income into trusts and
companies, Deloitte Dunedin taxation partner Peter Truman
Australian shares reached five-and-a-half-year highs
yesterday, as smaller investors joined the market.
A showcase of Dunedin companies at the weekend went a long
way to giving the rest of the country a better understanding
of what was available in the city, Institute of Directors
national president Stuart McLauchlan said yesterday.
New Zealand's net migration surged in September as fewer New
Zealanders moved to Australia.
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