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$5K cap on Genesis shares

Genesis 5 min ago Genesis Energy investors face heavy rationing, with 68,000 applying for a slice of the final state asset sale.

Inflation nudges down

A purse with cash. Lower-than-expected inflation casts doubts on the need for fast and furious interest rate hikes.

NZ urged to act quickly on tobacco bill

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Cheaper milk on the way

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T&G buys Apollo Apples for $36m

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NZX50 5,090.727 arrow 14.442 0.28%
ASX200 5,388.160 arrow 29.200 0.60%
DOW 16,262.560 arrow 89.300 0.60%
NASDAQ 4,034.160 arrow 11.500 0.30%
FTSE 6,541.610 arrow -42.200 -0.60%
NIKKEI 13,996.810 arrow 86.700 0.60%
H-SENG 22,671.260 arrow -367.500 -1.60%

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Indices Top Movers Currencies
  PRICE MOVEMENT
TRS 0.004 arrow 0.001 33.33%
DIL 4.430 arrow 0.380 9.38%
SDL 0.410 arrow -0.040 -8.89%
WDT 0.145 arrow 0.010 7.41%
DPC 0.230 arrow 0.015 6.98%
SLG 0.135 arrow -0.010 -6.90%
PEB 1.140 arrow 0.070 6.54%

Price as at 4:11 pm, 16 Apr

Indices Top Movers Currencies
RATE
Australian Dollar 0.919
Euro 0.622
British Pound 0.514
Hong Kong Dollar 6.666
Japanese Yen 87.840
Singapore Dollar 1.077
US Dollar 0.860

Price as at 3:50 pm, 16 Apr

$5K cap on Genesis shares

Genesis Genesis Energy investors face heavy rationing, with 68,000 applying for a slice of the final state asset sale.

NZ urged to act quickly on tobacco bill

Politicians needs to pass bill stripping advertising on tobacco products "without delay" to protect children, Unicef says.

Rise in Timaru container traffic

Spending nod for Tiwai Point

Cheap as date-expired chips

Reduced to Clear You might turn up your nose at food that's seen better days, but that view's not shared at Reduced to Clear.

$385 chocolate bunny

Longer lead-in to Easter sees shoppers devouring chocolate with a passion.

Fraudster jailed over job scam

Wages to beat inflation - English

Track and reward driver app

Insurer Tower launches an app that rewards safe drivers with cheaper vehicle insurance premiums.

What the doctor ordered

Dave Grant Dr Dave Grant has quit his job at hospital to make coffee. The money's worse, but there are perks.

Money not top of the list

Making a lot of money is not the main focus for half of NZ's small business owners.

Proving the draw of quality

Butcher's survival strategy

High St 'paralysed' by indecision

A fed-up Christchurch central-city business owner says Cera is blocking progress.

$53b US cable merger backed

Time Warner Washington Post says the main US cable providers should be able to merge, but with conditions.

Euro hedge funds booming

European hedge funds' assets hit a record high for the first quarter of this year.

Yellen bares her teeth on regulation

Bridgestone executive in court

China's credit falls

Chinese policymakers try to rein in a credit binge, while meeting a target of 7.5 per cent economic growth.

Hutson in comeback mode

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'We don't know how lucky we are'

Discussion on tax rates is already making headlines, with John Key declaring there will be no lolly scramble.

Beware ageism at work

Don't be a financial lemming

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Knowing what our colleagues get paid can actually make us more productive.

Are all entrepreneurs rogues?

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Telcos letting the side down

While customer service is getting better, there are some industries bringing everyone down.

New crowdfunding player

NZX must act on gender quotas

Ridge claim 'hopeless'

Sally Ridge must pay $100,000 court costs after failed bid for half of ex-partner Adam Parore's business.

China set to elevate environment

Shanghai pollution China is set to pass a new law that would give more powers to shut polluting factories.

Plant waits for nod

A resolution to the ongoing certification issue surrounding Alliance Group's Pukeuri plant looks no closer.

China slowdown, houses a threat

Fonterra narrows focus on China

Rethinking Chinese tourism

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Gangs arrive but no police

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Cheaper milk on the way

Milk, butter and cheese could soon be cheaper at the supermarket, but shoppers shouldn't expect big price drops.

Clinton lambs rate well

Vintner tries luck with pinot

Rain frustrates wine industry

Rain continues to cause stress for Marlborough's wine industry, but it's not only growers and wineries feeling the pain.

Technology catches startup off guard

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Kiwis still love indie bookstores

Online book retailers have not spelled the final chapter for New Zealand's independent ‘local’ bookstores.

Lorde of the jewels

Building a strong supply chain

Rethinking Chinese tourism

New research is reshaping the tourism offered to Chinese travellers.

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Australian Dollar 0.919
Euro 0.622
British Pound 0.514
Hong Kong Dollar 6.666
Japanese Yen 87.840
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US Dollar 0.860

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