Canterbury business digest

Last updated 05:00 12/11/2012

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Canterbury Business Digest for the week to November 16

Monday

*Statistics New Zealand will release the September accommodation survey.

*ANZ Bank goes ex-dividend for its final dividend, payable December 19.

* Fisher & Paykel Appliances will be de-listed from the NZX following the Haier takeover.

Tuesday

*Statistics New Zealand will release the October food price index.

*Westpac Bank goes ex-dividend for its final dividend, payable December 20.

*Craft beer company Moa Group will list on the NZX.

*Steel & Tube will rejoin the NZX 50 index.

Wednesday

*A business workshop on the disciplinary process and avoiding expensive personal grievances will be held by the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce. The $200 half day workshop starts 9am at the Westpac Business & Community Hub, contact maryb@cecc.org.nz.

*Statistics New Zealand will release the retail trade survey for the September quarter.

*Statistics New Zealand will release the national population estimates for the September quarter.

*The Reserve Bank will release retail stocks and turnover figures for September. It will also release the foreign exchange monthly turnover, Government securities, bonds and bills held for foreigners, both for October. The central bank will also declare its liabilities and assets.

*NZX goes ex-dividend for its interim dividend, payable November 30.

*Steel & Tube has its annual meeting at the James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor,Wellington, starting 12pm.

Thursday

*Property For Industry goes ex-dividend for its interim dividend, payable November 28.

Friday

*Canterbury Anniversary Day

* Cavalier Corporation will hold its annual meeting at 10am at the Ellerslie Event Centre, Auckland.

*Kathmandu Holdings' annual meeting starts 11am at Sofitel Hotel, Sydney.

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