Annual net migration fell to below 65,000 in June, largely led by non-New Zealand citizens leaving the country.
Business confidence among small firms fell to a nine-year low in the three months ended June, according to the ANZ Quarterly Business Micro Scope survey.
History shows us trade wars often cause world wars and historians are urging global leaders to show restraint as tensions on global trade escalate.
As United States President Donald Trump was meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin, and creating global headlines for all the wrong reasons, Japan and the European Union quietly signed EU’s...
The Commerce Commission says Christchurch International Airport may be planning to make excessive profits from security, freight storage and some terminal lounges, though it is "broadly satisfied" with its planned earnings from assets.
Buoyant housing prices in regional areas have begun to flow into higher rents, as Clutha and Gore record their fastest rental growth in a decade.
The historic Blackwater gold mine, on the West Coast near Reefton, is the focus of what could become a $500million redevelopment, with more than 100 jobs over a 10-year mine life.
Z Energy has downgraded its profit expectations for the full 2019 financial year although the dividend guidance of between 50c and 55c per share remains intact.
Trustpower is the best value of the electricity stocks and provides one of the best dividend yields, particularly with increased capital returns likely, Forsyth Barr broker Lyn Howe says.
The success of Perpetual Guardian's trial of a four-day working week poses the question of whether this has the potential for broader application across the Kiwi workforce.
House prices rose 9.8% in Dunedin in June, significantly more than the national 5.7% gain.
Petrol prices rose 3.2% in the June 2018 quarter, but this was countered by lower prices for used cars and home entertainment, Statistics New Zealand said yesterday.
Any increase in the official cash rate from the current 1.75% looks a long way off, after inflation rose 0.4% in June to reach 1.5% for the year.
New Zealand's regions are playing catch-up with Auckland and capacity constraints are already evident in parts, Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says.
Three neighbouring Queenstown homes on the market present a plum development opportunity.
Employment and skill shortages are at the forefront of Otago Southland's service sector performance index, which softened into contraction in June.
The United States June-quarter reporting season starts this week and is likely to drive markets more than anything else in coming days, Craigs Investment Partners broker Chris Timms says.
Australian-owned banks are the winners as more than 200,000 KiwiSavers who have invested in default funds miss out on an estimated $1 billion over the past six years.
Prominent South Canterbury businessman Joe Butterfield has been censured by the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and made to pay almost $28,000 in penalties and costs.
The New Zealand Institute of Forestry proposed introducing a national policy for the industry at the sector's annual conference in an effort to help the Government "develop sound long-term...