The NZ sharemarket ended with a slight gain after a turnaround in sentiment in the US.
NZ wholesale interest rates bumped higher in reaction to US Fed announcements.
Weakness in the Kiwi power companies drove the sharemarket lower.
Labour shortage in the industry is "a live issue".
Dry weather is making its impact felt, in varying degrees, on the power companies.
Transpower expects to see increased investment in renewables power generation.
Mercury has downgraded its earnings forecast for the second time this year.
Pacific Edge CEO David Darling explains how it became a billion dollar company.
Governments and central banks have thrown the kitchen sink at their economies.
The respiratory products maker recorded a record profit of more than $500m.
Freight forwarder Mainfreight has lifted its annual net profit and dividend.
Fonterra has lifted its earnings and has forecast an $8.00/kg milk price for 2021/22.
Net profit $8.5m from a loss of $78.9m in the previous corresponding period.
What's happening on the markets this week.
Moody's and S&P Global have given their seal of approval to the NZ Budget.
The Budget has forecast a reduced borrowing requirement for the Government.
The Government will be borrowing less due to a stronger than expected economy.
Latest US inflation data has highlighted concerns about where inflation goes from here.
Synlait's chief financial officer Angela Dixon has resigned.
Stocks closed down 1.1 per cent.
Tilt Renewables' annual operating profit fell by 36 per cent.
New Zealand share prices ended weaker on light volume.
A2 Milk's shares have languished in recent months.
A2 Milk's new CEO David Bortolussi has defended the timing of a2's latest downgrade.
How well companies managed Covid-19 will come under the spotlight this reporting season.
Fonterra's units could be on the way out if the co-ops proposals are adopted.
Prices were mostly steady at today's GDT auction, reinforcing high milk price forecasts.
Fonterra has gone into an NZX trading halt.
NZ stocks finished with a slight gain while F&P Healthcare was sold down.
NZX has introduced two new environment-friendly indices in line with investor demand.
Why a2 Milk's shares have slumped while F&P Healthcare are back on a roll.
Newly-listed company is to buy 14 South Canterbury and North Otago dairy farms.
Infratil has struck a deal to take control of Pacific Radiology for $350m.
It hasn't just been frontline workers feeling the effects of the pandemic.
Contact and Meridian have been cleared following an investigation by the regulator.
Inflation perked up a little in the March quarter and looks to be heading higher.
Dairy prices were steady at this morning's GDT auction.
NZ councils' infrastructure spending could erode future credit ratings, S&P says.
Mercury and PowAR have upped the ante for Tilt to NZ$8.10 a share.
The NZX is extending its trading hours by 45 minutes today.
Most of the new additions to the NZX underperformed since listing.
Soprole overcame difficulties imposed by a weak economy and Covid-19.
Comvita said its new harvest model had proven successful in 2021.
Leon Clement's sudden departure from Synlait comes at a difficult time for the company.
Synlait Milk's chief executive Leon Clement is to step down.
The NZX-listed cancer diagnostics company will have its "Cxbladder" tests covered.
Investors' focus is on Meridian and Contact as an index change looms.
ANZ's commodities index is at its highest point on record, driven by dairy prices.
Rabobank CEO Todd Charteris says debt in the agri sector is continuing to fall.
Delivery of share prices on the NZX's website was delayed by about an hour this morning.
Synlait is now looking at breakeven this year. Will it need to raise more capital?
The Suez Canal incident may prompt a rethink of world transport logistics.
Synlait's first half result has slumped by 76 per due to Covid-19 disruption.
PwC says the impact of Covid-19 on financial reporting has been significant.
Much of Russia's log exports will come to a halt in 2022 if a proposed ban goes ahead.
The NZ dollar has fallen sharply in response to the Government's housing initiatives.
The FMA has directed Rockfort Markets to remove or amend ads on its website.
Plan to double consumer butter manufacturing capacity five years in the making.
S&P Global says strong demand is pushing up the cost of raw milk in China.
The tenure of a former a2 Milk chief executive has been playing out in the Aussie media.
The co-op also said it would pay a 5c interim dividend.
A top Kiwi software company has been sold for over a billion US dollars.