Tuesday, 27 January 2015

NZX News

  • Here's why NIB Holdings Limited offers healthy returns

    17:41 | 27/1/15
    Motley Fool Australia
    NIB Holdings Limited (ASX: NHF) is the fifth largest private health insurer in Australia with an 8% market share and provides cover for more than 1 million people living in Australia and New Zealand. more»
  • Kupe test results look positive: NZOG

    17:30 | 27/1/15
    Partners in the Kupe gas and oil field may be able to get more out of existing reservoirs in the field and get into previously untapped gas reserves. more»
  • Lyttelton Port workers vote to escalate dispute

    16:56 | 27/1/15
    Whilst this limited action has led to Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) amending their bargaining position it has not resulted in management making an acceptable offer to our members,” said Wayne Butson. more»
  • The latest fast food nightmare

    16:45 | 27/1/15
    New Zealand Herald
    "KFC always listens to its customers and brought the Double Down to New Zealand for the first time in May 2011 after a KFC customer set up a Facebook Page 'Bring the Double Down to New Zealand' that attracted almost 3000 likes," Restaurant Brands chief ... more»
  • Ceres may reveal the secrets of planets

    16:33 | 27/1/15
    Arizona Daily Star (blog)
    Some models suggest that Ceres harbors a subsurface ocean that could contain more water than Earth. Its crust is believed to be icy, but don't imagine a bright, frozen surface, said David O'Brien, one of the Dawn team members from PSI. more»
  • GDC taking advice 'very seriously'

    16:33 | 27/1/15
    Gisborne Herald
    Although the rockslide was last year named one of the AA's 101 “must dos” for the Kiwi summer, council planning and development group manager Nedine Thatcher Swann said the Rere Rockslide was part of a council reserve and was not operated as an ... more»
  • Port of Tauranga evacuated after replica grenade found

    15:48 | 27/1/15
    A replica German grenade found in a container of personal items sparked an evacuation at the Port of Tauranga this morning. more»
  • Australia shares rally, CBA reaches record high

    15:26 | 27/1/15
    Reuters UK
    Energy shares were also in the red, though Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd (LNG) scored a two-month peak following a business update. more»
  • India's Nifty Futures Gain as Obama Pledges Trade, Energy Deals

    15:26 | 27/1/15
    Indian stock-index futures gained as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama reached an agreement that could spur nuclear energy projects, and the U.S. leader pledged initiatives to generate more than $4 billion of trade and investment ... more»
  • OUE Commercial Real Estate Investment TR's Latest Earnings: Better-Than ...

    15:15 | 27/1/15
    The Motley Fool Singapore
    OUE Commercial Real Estate Investment TR (SGX: TS0U) released its results for the year ended 31 December 2014 yesterday. The real estate investment trust (REIT) focuses on the ownership of commercial properties and currently has only two assets in its ... more»
  • Augusta Co. Grand Jury Delivers Several Indictments

    15:11 | 27/1/15
    NBC 29 News
    Three people were indicted for their roles in another Augusta Co. murder: Michael Terrell Williams is charged with first-degree murder. more»
  • ACE Receives Top Award from Advisen News for Product Innovation and ...

    14:52 | 27/1/15
    Business Wire
    PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ACE Group today announced that it earned top honors for its contributions in product innovation and leadership from Advisen, an insurance news source for the insurance industry, which has named ACE the publication's 2014 ... more»
  • China's Stocks Fall After Industrial Companies' Profits Slump

    14:44 | 27/1/15
    PetroChina Co. and Zijin Mining Group Co. slid more than 1 percent to lead declines for energy and material producers. Industrial companies' profits declined 8 percent in December from a year ... Citic Securities Co. and Bank of China Ltd. paced losses ... more»
  • Cuban secret computer network grows despite Wi-Fi ban

    14:42 | 27/1/15
    Columbia Missourian
    Cuban officials said Internet access is limited largely because the U.S. trade embargo has prevented advanced U.S. technology from reaching Cuba and starved the government of the cash it needs to buy equipment from other nations. more»
  • Greece, eurozone show openness for dialogue

    14:41 | 27/1/15
    The Augusta Chronicle
    “Once one country exits, who is to say that more would not follow,” said Neil MacKinnon, global macro strategist at VTB Capital. Whatever transpires, Syriza's victory sends a message to European policymakers that voters are rejecting austerity and ... more»
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