NZX says earnings have risen, as companies continue to raise money through the stockmarket and the growth of its agriculture business.
The company says operating earnings rose 8% to $14.7 million in the nine months to the end of September, compared to the same period a year ago.
Revenue rose 29% to $31.1 million, with listings contributing a third of that.
Chief executive Mark Weldon says NZX has worked hard on diversifying its operations. Agriculture, including Farmers Weekly, now contributes 16% of sales.
Overall, NZX made a profit of $58.4 million in the period, which was swelled by the sale of its carbon business TZ1 Registry and its stake in the Bond Exchange of South Africa.
These netted a combined $62.3 million.