Friday, 06 March 2015

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  • NZ wholesale trade rises for third quarter in December

    11:14 | 6/3/15
    March 6 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's wholesale trade grew for a third quarter in the final three months of 2014, with increased activity for apparel, pharmaceuticals and furniture leading the expansion. more»
  • Queenstown Alcohol Accord Formed

    11:08 | 6/3/15
    The Queenstown Alcohol Accord (QAA) was created on 19 December 2014, comprising of 31 Queenstown bars  more»
  • Mighty Ape Clocks 100 for Speed And Service

    11:07 | 6/3/15
    • Mighty Ape awarded Excellence in Customer Service Delivery at ‘Best of the Best’ Westpac Auckland Business Awards • E-tailer attributes win to speed of delivery across country • Auckland based 5,500m2 office and distribution centre ... more»
  • 2015 – conditions good for m&a activity

    11:00 | 6/3/15
    The “Goldilocks economy” – not too hot, not too cold – may be “just right” for capital markets activity. Business and consumer confidence is high relative to historical norms, interest rates are low and the banks are increasingly willing to ... more»
  • Good start to 2015

    10:53 | 6/3/15
    The latest New Zealand Manufacturers and Exporters Association (NZMEA) Survey of Business Conditions completed during February 2015, shows total sales in January 2015 increased 10.29% (year on year export sales increased by 11.61% with domestic ... more»
  • Fulton Hogan 1H earnings dip on weak Aussie economy

    10:53 | 6/3/15
    March 6 (BusinessDesk) - Fulton Hogan, the privately held construction firm, says first-half pre-tax earnings dropped 10 percent as Australia's economic woes kept a lid on spending in the resources and state sectors, while the strong kiwi dollar ... more»
  • Wholesale trade up in December quarter

    10:49 | 6/3/15
    Seasonally adjusted total sales rose 0.3 percent, after a 0.6 percent rise in the September 2014 quarter.  more»
  • Europe starts quantitative easing programme

    10:48 | 6/3/15
    There has been a lot for the currency markets to contemplate lately, with the Europeans about to start a quantitative easing programme.  more»
  • Potash Ridge Reports Annual Financial Results for 2014

    10:45 | 6/3/15
    The Prefeasibility Study, entitled "NI 43-101 Technical Report Resources and Reserves of the Blawn Mountain Project, Beaver County, Utah" dated November 6, 2013 is available on SEDAR. more»
  • CANADA STOCKS-TSX ekes out gain as ECB rally fades; energy earnings help

    10:33 | 6/3/15
    While the index notched a small gain after a two-day slip, investors appeared to only cautiously embrace some resource stocks as the price of oil stabilizes at historically low levels. more»
  • Denison Mines Corp. Reports 2014 Results

    10:33 | 6/3/15
    The net loss from operations, for the year ended December 31, 2013, included a non-cash impairment charge of $47,099,000 to reduce the carrying value of the Company's mineral properties, primarily the Company's Mutanga project in Zambia, to the ... more»
  • Galway Gold Receives Favorable Ruling in Vetas Arbitration

    10:33 | 6/3/15
    TORONTO, ONTARIO, Mar 05, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Galway Gold Inc. (GLW) ("Galway Gold", "Galway" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it received a favorable ruling in the arbitration over the Vetas gold-silver project. more»
  • Kiwi rides motorbike obsession to success

    10:33 | 6/3/15
    Mike Tomas has turned a small garage-based set-up into an international business, with some very high-profile clients.  more»
  • Fed Finds 31 Banks Put Through Dodd Frank Stress Tests Adequately Capitalized

    10:31 | 6/3/15
    Wall Street Journal
    WASHINGTON—The largest U.S. banks are strong enough to keep lending during a severe recession, the Federal Reserve said Thursday, a sign that many banks will soon get permission to return profits to investors by raising dividends or buying back shares ... more»
  • To Explain Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight, 'Rogue Pilot' Seems Likeliest Theory

    10:27 | 6/3/15
    New York Times
    Many, but not all, of the investigators and experts who have reviewed the limited evidence say Mr. Zaharie, or perhaps the co-pilot, Fariq Abdul Hamid, is the likeliest culprit, though they caution that the evidence is limited and circumstantial, and ... more»
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