The New Zealand stock market was up on Friday morning.
At 12.19pm, the NZX50 index was up 6 points, or 0.2%, at 3416 on turnover of $49 million.
Across the Tasman, the Australian 200 index down 8 points to 44 82
The New Zealand dollar was trading at 84.33 US cents, 78.52 Australian cents, 52.18 pence, 66.57 yen and 0.5951 euro. The Trade Weighted Index was at 72.72.
Fletcher Building was up 2 cents at $8.15, Contact Energy was up 4c at $5.39 and Telecom was up 1.5c at $2.455.
Sky City Entertainment Group was up 3c at $3.62, Sky Network TV was down 1c at $5.79, The Warehouse was down 2c at $3.52 and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare was down 3c at $2.62.
Auckland International Airport Ltd was up 3.5c to $2.335.
Delegats was up 5c to $2.05, Wellington Drive Technolgy was up 4c to 26c.
Diligent Board Member Services was down 7c to $1.23 and NZX was down 5c to $2.30 after the FMA questioned whether it had broken the continuous listing rules.
Cavotec MSL was down 5c to $2.66.