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21/11/2018
by Simon Hartley

New Zealand’s biggest construction company Fletcher Building has gone through some major financial pain in recent times and while it is looking better on the home front now, there are still some challenges across the ditch.

Includes following attachments:
- AGM presentation. (3.6 megabytes)

21/11/2018

There have been major board changes at Vector Ltd after key shareholder Entrust said it would not support some re-elections, including long-term chairman Michael Stiassny.


21/11/2018
by Simon Hartley

Steel & Tube is appealing what it sees as the severity of an appeal against a fine related to steel mesh, while the Commerce Commission is countering this.s


21/11/2018
by Ross Louthean

There are differing views coming through on the cost and the need to re-enter the damaged Pike River coal mine and some political differences are emerging.


21/11/2018

The advancing state of communications for energy companies has seen Trustpower strike an alliance with Spark.


19/11/2018

The annual report of the Electricity Authority shows that more options are now available for New Zealand energy consumers and that flexibility is set to increase.

Includes following attachments:
- Annual report. (3.0 megabytes)

19/11/2018

Meridian Energy felt the impact of lower hydro storage in what was generally a dry October in New Zealand but early rains in November have improved the scenario.

Includes following attachments:
- Operating report for October. (2.5 megabytes)

19/11/2018
by Simon Hartley

The trade war between New Zealand’s prime markets of China and the United States shows a need for Kiwi farmers to seek alternative markets.


19/11/2018

Some of the activities of CBL Insurance that irked the Reserve Bank and other Government bodies have been made public.


19/11/2018
by Simon Hartley

International trade tensions and Brexit issues are putting an extra furrow in brows but manufacturing data from Otago and Southland in October showed a still strong result.


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