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Auckland Uni trading competition helps hone valuable real-world trading skills
This year’s competition was one of the most competitive and unpredictable, with eight teams all having an equal chance of winning close to the end.
Darktrace joins UK Prime Minister on trade mission to Japan
Darktrace EMEA CEO Poppy Gustafsson is one of a select group of business leaders accompanying UK Prime Minister on a trade mission to Japan.
What the European election year means for Australian businesses
As election year starts to engulf many European countries, Australian businesses should start to consider how it will affect how they do business.
WREDA says NZ's refreshed trade policy is good news for digital exports
WREDA chief executive Chris Whelan says the government's refreshed Trade Agenda 2030 policy is good news for the region and its digital exports.
New data sharing deal to give Kiwi exporters China trade advantage
The deal with Chinese Customs gives Kiwi exporters a big advantage over other exporters to China.
NZ dollar heads for 1.5% weekly gain after Fed's more cautious outlook on US economy
Federal Reserve gave a more cautious assessment of the US economy, prompting traders to pull back their bets that the US dollar would gain.
NZ Dollar Outlook: Kiwi may decline this week as Fed, GDP loom
The New Zealand dollar, which has declined 2.5 percent so far this month, may slip further this week.
NZ dollar heads for 0.3% weekly gain as RBNZ's Wheeler disappoints pessimists
Graeme Wheeler yesterday disappointed traders betting on a gloomy outlook for the local economy when he kept the key rate unchanged.
NZ dollar heads for 0.9% weekly decline as US jobs data looms
US figures will provide a gauge on the strength of the world's biggest economy and give the greenback its next cue for a direction.
NZ dollar heads for 0.4% weekly gain; greenback poised for more strength
There might be an extended rally for the US currency as the prospects for the world's biggest economy remain strong.
NZ dollar heads for 4.2% decline in 2014, reflecting weaker dairy prices, stronger greenback
It may gain next year as the local economy outperforms its peers.
NZ dairy herd rises to record 6.7M as sheep flock falls to 29.6M
The nation's dairy herd rose 4 percent in the latest year, extending the long-term trend that has seen milk become the dominant farm product.
Comvita shareholders exercise 5.6M of 6.9M rights on offer, triggering shortfall bookbuild
The Te Puke-based maker of health products based on manuka honey aimed to raise $24.4 million in the offer at $3.55 apiece.
NZ dollar slips after jumping in New York on Draghi, Chinese rates
The New Zealand dollar fell from its New York highs at the end of last week, having jumped against the greenback after China unexpectedly cut inter.
ASB trims milk price forecast by 40c in wake of GDT prices hitting lowest level in five years
The GDT average winning price slid 3.1 percent to US$2,561 overnight, the lowest level since August 2009.
NZ expects to benefit from G20 commitment to lift economic growth
New Zealand expects to benefit from commitments secured at the G20 Leaders' Summit, from the world's 20 biggest economies, to lift economic growth.
NZ guest nights jump to a record in September on rise in international travellers
International guests nights rebounded 2.1 percent to a seasonally adjusted 1.145 million in September.
CORRECT: China lifts temporary ban on Fonterra whey products but one by Russia remains
Chinese authorities have lifted a temporary ban on the importation of Fonterra Cooperative Group's whey powder and dairy base powder used in the ma.