The New Zealand share market was down 6 points, or 0.2%, to 3304 at the close of trade on Monday. Turnover was $72.1 million.
Fletcher Building gained 12 cents to $8.44 per share, Contact Energy was up 2c to $6.34, while Telecom fell 4c to $2.55.
Auckland Airport International Ltd was down 6c to $2.02 after announcing it is buying a 24.55% stake in Cairns and Mackay airports in Queensland for $A132 million.
Sky City Entertainment was down 5c to $3.40, while Sky Television lost 1c to $5.17
Retailer The Warehouse was down 1c to $4.10, while Kathmandu gained 10c to $2.
Australian market reaches 15-month high
In Australia, the mining and energy sectors led gains on the share market on Monday, pushing the major indices to 15-month highs.
The ASX 200 finished up 39 points to 4,951, its highest level since September last year.
The All Ordinaries index was also 0.8% higher at 4,981.
Mining stocks closed more than 2% higher after an increase in metal prices, and news that China's commodity imports continued to soar in December, the ABC website reports.
BHP Billiton was up 2% to $US44.47 per share, while Rio Tinto gained A99c to $A80.