EconomyNews and analysis of what's making the NZ economy tick
Challenges facing the dairy industry are taking their toll on farmers, Federated Farmers West Coast provincial president…
Mainfreight chair Bruce Plested says taking the heat out of the housing market and paying teachers better can fix economic…
The British economy appears to have had a last hurrah before Brexit.
After 30 years in publishing, Wendy Pye still approaches business with the eagerness of a child learning to read.
Beingmate warned investors this month it was anticipating a first half loss of up to 230 million yuan ($48.7 million).
Increased Chinese e-commerce regulation is crimping demand in an important sales channel for many NZ manufacturers, says…
A new dairy factory, with 100 new jobs is set to open near Gore this October.
The legal status of New Zealanders in Australia faces a test after Perth-based Kiwis Charles and Judith Cairns were granted…
Australia's High Court has dismissed an appeal in a class action suit against fees charged by ANZ Bank.
Three million tapped phone calls, two shell companies and a Court appeal: those dodgy erectile dysfunction ads just wouldn't…
The retailer that owns Ezibuy and Countdown is undergoing a restructure that will see stores close in New Zealand and Australia…
The gain in first-half profit reflects a recovery in the price of gold.
Wall Street was mixed amid disappointing earnings from Ford Motor and better-than-expected results from Facebook.
COMMENT: Looking beyond dairy, the picture is one of faltering growth in world trade volumes and mounting protectionism.
Trustpower may now have to pay nearly $15 million in tax and interest after losing a Supreme Court appeal.
COMMENT: Real danger is house prices, not low inflation.
COMMENT: The political and financial market aftershocks of the Brexit vote will eventually subside.
COMMENT: The economy's vital signs don't look too bad, at first glance.
COMMENT: Debt is growing twice as fast as economic growth, writes Brian Fallow.