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Midday Markets for 9 February 2016

For the latest from the markets we're joined by Belinda Stanley at Craigs Investment Partners

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Jim Parker in Australia

To Australia and our correspondent Jim Parker, who reports on the liberties that at least one person was willing to take in a creative tax return that they filed.

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Expectations for earnings season

A leading broking firm expects a handful of companies to report outstanding earnings growth of more than 50 percent as the corporate reporting season gets underway this week, but most are coming off a weak base.

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Truckometer pulls back in January

The economy looks to have had a bit of a holiday last month, according to the ANZ's monthly Truckometer index.

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Gloss on capital housing market - QV data

Activity in the housing market appears to be levelling out at a national level - but some regions are showing signs of getting a new burst of activity.

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Markets Update for 9 February 2016

A brief update of movements in the financial sector.

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Morning markets for 9 February 2016

Wall Street hurt by weaker oil prices and technology stock sell off

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Week ahead

And it's the start of the half year earnings season ... over the next three weeks we'll have a torrent of earnings results.. the first out of the blocks is casino operator Sky City Entertainment on Thursday ...

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Jim Parker in Australia

Let's turn our attention to Australia and our correspondent Jim Parker.

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RBNZ off beam with monetary policy - economist

An economist is unimpressed by the Reserve Bank governor's defence last week of its interest rate policy.

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Corporate reporting season kicks off

The corporate reporting season gets underway this week, as the bulk of the stock exchange's listed companies report their first half results for the six months ended December.

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Early business news

Our business editor Gyles Beckford joins us.

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Evening Business for 5 February 2016

News from the business sector including a market report.

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Midday Markets for 5 February 2016

For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite at First NZ Capital

From Business News on 05 Feb 2016

Macquarie bank takes a hit

The downturn in financial markets has taken its toll on the Australian investment bank, Macquarie, widely known as the millionaires' factory.

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Government's break on agriculture's carbon may distort land use

An economist says the agriculture sector's exemption from carbon emission targets will undoubtedly lead to inefficient land use and a lag in innovation.

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Z Energy pushes NZX company code upgrade

Z Energy is pushing for significant changes in the stock exchange's code of practice for listed companies, which is currently under review.

From Business News on 05 Feb 2016

Zespri and TGG join forces for kiwifruit push

Kiwifruit marketer Zespri and horticultural company T and G, part of the former Turners and Growers, are joining forces for a push to increase sales in south-east Asia.

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Hallenstein Glasson projects 20% fall in 1st half profit

Shares in clothing retailer, Hallenstein Glasson Holdings, have taken a battering this morning after it said expects first half net profit to be down 20 percent on last year.

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Markets Update for 5 February 2016

A brief update of movements in the financial sector.

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Morning markets for 5 February 2016

Wall Street tracking higher today, but the New Zealand dollar remains elevated after a fall in the US dollar.

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Knock-back for KiwiRail

The government appears to have knocked back another bid by KiwiRail to change the way it is funded.

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Trade Group helps educate tradies on business skills

Now to a firm that may fly under the radar.

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Government's break on agriculture's carbon seen as a subsidy

An economist says a government decision to give farmers a break on the cost of carbon emissions, is a subsidy that will have to be paid for by taxpayers and businesses in more ways than one.

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Z Energy advocates big changes to NZX code

Z Energy is pushing for significant changes in the stock exchange's code of practice for listed companies, which is currently under review.

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Directors cautious on cyber risk

Company directors appear more concerned about the risks to their business from either an external cyber attack or a collapse of the internal IT systems.

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Early business news

Our business reporter, Jonathan Mitchell, is in with what's happening in the financial world.

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Evening Business for 4 February 2016

News from the business sector including a market report.

From Business News on 04 Feb 2016

Midday Markets for 4 February 2016

For the latest from the markets we're joined by Angus Marks at First NZ Capital

From Business News on 04 Feb 2016

NZ company looks at joining people to the internet of things

KotahiNet will carry data to and from sensors and other connected objects - the so called Internet of Things - and this is the first step in what it hopes will be a purpose-built network around the country.

From Business News on 04 Feb 2016

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