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Dairy blues hit employment confidence

Dairy blues hit employment confidence

Workers are feeling less confident about the health of the labour market and the deterioration in dairy earnings is affecting confidence in the main milk-producing regions of New Zealand.

US leads efforts to resolve Greek crisis

US leads efforts to resolve Greek crisis

Efforts to bring an end to the Greek financial crisis increased yesterday, as United States Treasury Secretary Jack Lew urged a continuation of work towards a resolution. Mr Lew told Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that Athens and its creditors needed to continue working towards a resolution before a Greek referendum on the creditors' demands for austerity.

Stability in milk prices would be well received

Greece will continue to dominate world market headlines this week but the GlobalDairyTrade auction results on Thursday will provide some local interest.

Greek woes rattle Asia-Pacific markets

Greek woes rattle Asia-Pacific markets

New Zealand was not immune from the jitters that spread through markets today, as debt-laden Greece edged ever closer to a default and a potential exit from the eurozone.

Markets quiver as Greece looks set to default

Markets quiver as Greece looks set to default

The New Zealand sharemarket was likely to follow the lead of Wall Street and head lower as the prospect of a Greek exit from the euro zone escalated, Craigs Investment Partners broker Chris Timms said yesterday.

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