New Zealand's commodity prices fell 1.3 percent in September - the seventh month in a row. Dairy led the fall with 14 percent lower but beef jumped 10 percent.
Finzsoft shares jumped almost 25 percent yesterday after the software company said it expects at least a four-fold increase in this year's annual profit.
Sky Television has lost the rights to the air the PGA tours to Coliseum. Sky announced the loss early last month, but did not know who had won the rights.
New Zealand house prices were steady in September, up just 0.1 percent from August, according to a new property price index produced by Trade Me.
GeoOp's shares are under pressure following the abrupt resignation of chief executive Leanne Graham last month and despite reassuring comments from the board at its AGM.
New Zealand businesses are paying their bills faster, reflecting the strength of the economy, an economics adviser says. All up, 66 percent of invoices were paid within 30 days.
The NZ dollar was slightly weaker against its US counterpart this evening, dragged down by the Australian currency which fell to a near four-year low of 87.47 US cents. (AUDIO)
Abano Healthcare subsidiary Aotea Pathology has submitted a proposal to the three Wellington region DHBs to run both the community services and the hospital-based laboratory services.
Air New Zealand says there is huge opportunity to pick up on the demand for travel in the Asia-Pacific region and it has got an eye on Latin America in the medium term. (AUDIO)
The manager of the Goodman Property Trust says the investment market is very strong at the moment, and overseas buyers are looking to New Zealand.
The New Zealand dollar has clawed back some of its losses, following news yesterday that the Reserve Bank had sold off $521 million last month. The sharemarket was weaker. (AUDIO)
The number of consents for new houses and apartments has remained flat. Regions that issued the most for new dwellings were Auckland and Christchurch. (AUDIO)
Australian fund manager, Quattro Asset Management, is looking to snap up properties from two of New Zealand's largest listed property investors.
The pace of growth in online retail spending was mixed in August with continued strong sales in overseas markets, compared with almost flat sales in the domestic market. (AUDIO)
Privately-owned infrastructure company Fulton Hogan has reported a 43 percent jump in full-year net profit, but the strong New Zealand dollar weighed on its revenue.
The New Zealand dollar has plummeted to its lowest level this year after the Reserve Bank confirmed it sold $521 million last month. It fell to US77.07 cents before rising again. (VIDEO)
Economic confidence in most regions has slipped with falling dairy prices, a slowing housing market and the general election all weighing on people's minds.
The New Zealand sharemarket has responded to the Reserve Bank's intervention in the currency market, closing higher today. The dollar fell to as low as 77.07 US cents. (AUDIO)
Broker Forsyth Barr says it expects shares in children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch to underperform, as the company continues to manage through tough trading conditions.
Turners Auctions has recommended shareholders accept Dorchester Pacific's offer to take over the vehicle auction company.
Dorchester Pacific's formal take-over offer for Turners Auctions will be delivered to the shareholders early this week, as well as an independent valuation commissioned by the car auction company.
At 3pm today, we will finally learn whether the Reserve Bank intervened in the currency last month. There have been rumours the RBNZ intervened in the market a month ago.