Z Energy has downgraded its full-year financial expectations as higher global oil prices and the weak New Zealand dollar undermine profits.
Home values appear to be easing for spring with the average value up 5.4% across the country, but most of Otago and Southland have delivered gains above 10%, on a year ago.
There does not appear to have been a surge of foreign house buyers trying to get into New Zealand's housing market, before new rules disqualified them.
Major sharemarkets have started the week delivering mixed results, as US-China trade relations soured further after reports of more US tariffs to be announced in December.
Overall farm sales this spring have eased more than 7% on a year ago and dairy farm prices per hectare fell more than 18% during the same period.
Strong third-quarter trading by Oceana Gold has prompted a production upgrade for the year, while strong cash flows have been used to pay off $US50million ($NZ77million) of debt.
Monday's arrival of the largest container vessel to visit Port Chalmers in the past 47 years heralds a significant change for Southern export services.
Global share markets have calmed and recovered some of Wednesday’s bloody losses, which included the Nasdaq in New York suffering an official "correction" — having lost 10% of its value over...
Earnings from business acquisitions during the year underpinned a large revenue boost for Dunedin niche engineering company Scott Technology - up 37% on a year ago to $181.8million.
New Zealand's annual trade deficit has widened more than expected to $5.2billion, its largest gap since early 2009.
New Zealand Trade & Enterprise board is in Dunedin in for two days and yesterday completed customer site visits, workshops and attended an evening networking event.
The New Zealand Whisky Company has signed a deal with Speight's to supply the fledgling distiller with half a million litres of "wash", the basic ingredient for whisky distillation.
Otago has fared well in the annual Technology Investment Network report, with one of the highest revenue growth rates in the country.
Oceana Gold has delivered another broad hint that its mainstay Macraes mine in East Otago has ''many years'' of production left, as opposed to the formal mine life, which is stated to last until 2021.
A Texan company has launched a 100%, $40 million takeover offer for global retailing software company SLI Systems, which more than doubles the company's value last Friday.
Tourism Holdings is looking at selling several of its tourism operations, and is in discussions with an unnamed third party.
Property companies are expected to be a drag on the forthcoming reporting season, in which, overall, 22 listed businesses will report first-half trading results in November.
Fewer arrivals into New Zealand and increasing numbers emigrating have caused net inflows to fall to three-year lows.
Housing affordability has eased across the country during the past quarter, but even with median price declines Central Otago Lakes and Auckland remain the costliest regions in which to buy.
A surprise $881 million partial takeover offer for Restaurant Brands has been disclosed, on the same day it filed its half-year report.