Otago Daily Times: Business News

Dick Smith creditors vote to liquidate

Dick Smith creditors vote to liquidate

Creditors of defunct electrical retailer Dick Smith have voted in favour of liquidation.

Borrowers may not see OCR cuts

Borrowers may not see OCR cuts

The Reserve Bank has the scope to cut the interest-driving official cash rate (OCR) further, but it is unclear if those cuts will be passed on to lenders.

Investore portfolio offers something special

Investore Property's portfolio of 39 large format retail properties offers a defensive exposure to non-discretionary retail spending, something which is unique among its listed peers, Forsyth Barr broker Lyn Howe says.

Log prices remain high, despite diminishing demand from China

Log prices remain high, despite diminishing demand from China

Log prices have defied predictions of a moderation, continued to improve over the second half of last year and are likely to remain at elevated levels for much of 2016.

Accelerator boosts business

Accelerator boosts business

Andrew Humphries reckons the five months spent in a business accelerator programme were the hardest he has worked in his life.

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