Oil prices fell to new six-year lows in New York yesterday,
despite warnings the low price meant shrinking investment
into exploration, which could lead to significant price
increase in the future.
The New Zealand Forest Certification Association has been
included in an internationally recognised ecolabel which
could open up new opportunities for forest owners,
manufacturers and exporters.
There could well be more victims involved in the $2.8 million
Ponzi scheme run by disgraced former Dunedin lawyer John
Milne, who has just started a more than eight-year jail term.
The outlook for Auckland International Airport's retail
operations represented the most important company-specific
issue for investors currently, Forsyth Barr broker Andrew
Rooney said yesterday.
Financial markets around the world, but particularly in
Europe, are set for a rocky ride this week as Greece's
anti-austerity Syriza party sets about forming a new
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