5:33 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report.
12:24 PM.For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite at First NZ Capital.
12:20 PM.And the Brexit vote is also being felt in this part of the world. As our correspondent in Sydney Jim Parker reports, there are some positive and negative comments coming out of Australia.
12:18 PM.An international consultancy and accounting firm, KPMG, says businesses would do well to focus on sharpening their New Zealand-brand image, as a key attribute in an increasingly competitve international market.
12:17 PM.Administrators have pulled the plug on Auckland-based broadband operator Woosh Wireless.
8:32 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
6:58 AM.Global sharemarkets stronger - as the dust settles on Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
6:56 AM.A global survey of chief executives of companies shows cyber threats, disruption to their businesses, and the shape of the next three years loom large in their thinking.
6:54 AM.Australia goes to the polls tomorrow and it seems there's little to choose between the two main contenders in an economic sense at least.
6:52 AM.While it's designed to target off-shore homeowners or investors, an accountant is warning a new land withholding tax could hold nasty surprises for people here as well.
6:50 AM.Business confidence is at a six-month high pointing to an acceleration in economic growth.
6:20 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
5:35 PM.News from the business sector including a market report.
12:26 PM.Mobile charitable payments company, Pushpay Holdings, says it has hired an American investment bank to raise 30-million US-dollars to support its growth strategy. .
12:23 PM.For the latest from the markets we're joined by Angus Marks at First NZ Capital.
12:21 PM.A couple of surveys have found commerical property investors and residential property buyers expect prices to continue to rise, particularly in the main centres and regions with increasing population and high tourist numbers.
12:20 PM.As you may have heard in the news, the number of building consents fell marginally last month.
12:18 PM.The wine maker, Marlborough Wines Estates Group, becomes the fourth company to list on the New Zealand stock exchange's NXT market, with this morning's debut.
12:17 PM.The share price of outdoor clothing and sporting goods retailer, Kathmandu Holdings, rose almost 16 percent this morning, after it lifted its full year profit guidance by almost 14 percent.
8:31 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
6:58 AM.Markets have picked themselves up and dusted themselves down, bargin hunters, authorities making calming noises in Tokyo, Beijing, end of quarter book squaring.
6:56 AM.Auckland's water company says it can cope with the infrastructure needs of the housing and construction boom in the city.
6:54 AM.The Financial Markets Authority is training its sights on insurance agents with questionable practices and says prosecutions could follow.
6:52 AM.The diversified investment company, Hellaby Holdings, surged more than 7 percent yestrday after it sold a business for a good profit and signalled it remains on the lookout for businesses.
6:19 AM.A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
12:25 PM.For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite at First NZ Capital.
12:24 PM.An update from Australia with our correspondent in Sydney, Jim Parker.
12:21 PM.Two accountancy professional groups have formed an alliance to improve their support and resources globally.
12:19 PM.The Financial Markets Authority says it's investigating insurance agents who are trying to profit from needlessly advising consumers to switch policies.
12:17 PM.The diversified investment company, Hellaby Holdings, is selling its Equipment Group business to a private equity fund.