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Orion Health confirms listing

stethoscope 10:48am The health software firm plans a trans-Tasman listing to raise between $120-$150 million for expansion.

Migration boom hits new high

Suitcase-Strap 7 min ago NZ gained 4700 people last month, matching the record set during the last big migration flood in 2003.

Live chat: Consumer NZ

Sue Chetwin, Consumer NZ 11:00am Join chief executive Sue Chetwin at noon to discuss all things to do with your rights as a consumer.

Aussies buy Intergen for $19.3m

Australian dollars 11:09am The Wellington-based IT services firm has been bought by ASX-listed Empired.

Kirks posts $6.5m loss

Kirks building 10:45am Kirkcaldie & Stains posts $6.5m loss for year after write-downs and sale of Harbour City Centre.

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NZX50 5,204.963 arrow 7.077 0.14%
ASX200 5,319.440 arrow 47.700 0.90%
DOW 16,380.410 arrow 263.200 1.60%
NASDAQ 4,258.440 arrow 41.100 1.00%
FTSE 6,267.070 arrow 71.200 1.20%
NIKKEI 15,111.230 arrow 578.700 4.00%
H-SENG 23,070.260 arrow 47.100 0.20%

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Indices Top Movers Currencies
  PRICE MOVEMENT
XRO 15.150 arrow -0.900 -5.61%
SEA 0.023 arrow 0.001 4.55%
TUA 2.970 arrow -0.140 -4.50%
PGW 0.430 arrow 0.010 2.38%
DPC 0.255 arrow 0.005 2.00%
ATM 0.580 arrow 0.010 1.75%
NZO 0.710 arrow -0.010 -1.39%

Price as at 11:43 am, 21 Oct

Indices Top Movers Currencies
RATE
Australian Dollar 0.908
Euro 0.623
British Pound 0.494
Hong Kong Dollar 6.189
Japanese Yen 85.330
Singapore Dollar 1.013
US Dollar 0.798

Price as at 11:20 am, 21 Oct

Migration boom hits new high

Suitcase-Strap NZ gained 4700 people last month, matching the record set during the last big migration flood in 2003.

Aussies buy Intergen for $19.3m

The Wellington-based IT services firm has been bought by ASX-listed Empired.

Orion Health confirms listing

Kirks posts $6.5m loss

Judge me, budget me, take away my booze

Jamie Small Writing about Money Week gives me pangs of guilt, so I decided a visit a budgeting counsellor.

SCF a lesson for all of us

South Canterbury Finance's trial was complicated, but the message it gives Kiwi investors is very simple.

New service to help KiwiSavers

Stick-on label allows mobile payments

Pressure on Auckland prices

House buyers and renters may have to dig deeper in the wake of the city's property revaluations.

'Can do' spirit wins out

Doug and Anthony Lawry Doug Lawry is the essence of Kenny Beverages: your classic ‘can-do' New Zealander chipping out a business from his own hands.

Time to crow about your business

Kiwis are not natural boasters, but businesses need to promote their achievements.

Cosmetics fill eco niche

'Jealousy' blamed for closure

From homeless to millionaire

When Kylie Bartlett was 18 she thought her life was pointless. Three years later, she'd set up a business.

Fears of further China slowdown

China yuan money Business groups says China will have rockier-than-expected shift from fast growth due to exports, factories and real estate, to slower but steadier economy backed by increased consumer spending.

Rinehart to depart Ten board

Australia's richest person is pulling back her non-mining investments to focus on a $12 billion project.

Danone not eyeing baby formula maker

Australia's most dangerous jobs

Where money grows on trees

Tourists will spend upward of US$3 billion to glimpse of the changing autumnal landscape in New England.

The rise of democratic retail

apple_strap Customers now expect retailers to work harder to win them over.

Connectivity and your business

To be successful today's business will need all the benefits that digital technology brings to the party.

Wintec faces fine for accident

Kiwi virtual reality firm's big vision

Another online seller starts up

Trade Me may have another new competitor in Tauranga startup SellShed, which targets smartphone users.

Many now dream of being forgotten

Unlike the relative ease of getting tattoos removed, you can't erase your embarrassing moments from the web anytime soon.

Small wonder we don't get risk

According to a survey published by the Financial Markets Authority last week, many of us are confused about risk.

Big debts: bigger water bills

SCF judgment a shock

Tomfoolery could cost your job

Much of modern life is now played out on social media, but think before you post about your job.

Navy women rise through the ranks

CORINA BRUCE Women now hold a commanding presence in the navy.

A mind-cleansing journey

No answers but former mayor is finding peace on 800km walk in thinking about son's accidental death.

Stories to tell young women

More women in NZ boardrooms

A daughter's legacy

Anti-domestic violence campaigner Lesley Elliott wins top prize at 2014 Women of Influence awards.

Union supports closures

Roger Middlemass Meatworkers' union comes out in support of possible plant closures, even if that means some of its members lose jobs.

Low water table worries

A good spell of rain is needed in the Waikato to help refill water tables on drystock farms that dried up during the droughts.

Dairy NZ backs Aoraki

Meatworks fined $57,949

Dive bombers to protect vineyards

A vineyard manager who will bring home three rare, ferocious predators is excited but a little overwhelmed.

No.8 wire rules ok

Maria Slade_strap According to the Chief Science Advisor to the PM, the Kiwi "No.8 wire" mentality has become an handbrake.

Rising stars make Fast list

The starlets of the Deloitte Fast 50 programme are beginning to grow up.

US investors eye Kiwi firms

Dirty Politics damages science

The rise of democratic retail

Customers now expect retailers to work harder to win them over.

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Australian Dollar 0.908
Euro 0.623
British Pound 0.494
Hong Kong Dollar 6.189
Japanese Yen 85.330
Singapore Dollar 1.013
US Dollar 0.798

Prices as at 11:20 am, 21 Oct