Friday, 30 September 2016
|INDEX : NZ50|
29 Sep 16 00:00
Seoul shares hit their highest level of the year, with the benchmark Kospi climbing 15.66 points or 0.76 percent to 2,068.72 amid capital inflows from foreign investors. Market bellwether Samsung Electronics ... New Zealand shares joined a global rally ... more»
21:03 | 27/9/16
Credit derivative traders are showing concern about Deutsche Bank AG's weakening financial health. They've pushed up the cost of short-dated contracts, flattening the credit curve in what can be an indicator of stress. more»
20:14 | 27/9/16
Glaxo fell 0.2 percent to 1,630 pence at 1:50 p.m. in London trading, while Essilor declined 0.3 percent to 116.10 euros in Paris. more»
18:15 | 27/9/16
The U.K. arms of Aldi and Lidl remain dangerous to Britain's four biggest supermarket chains, which have been slugging out a price war for the past two and half years, according to Bloomberg Gadfly's Andrea Felsted. more»
13:22 | 27/9/16
European stocks fell the most in two months as Deutsche Bank AG sank to a record low on speculation that Germany's biggest bank will need to raise capital, dragging global financial shares lower. ... New Zealand's S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 0.6 percent ... more»
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