Business Digest November 23

MICHAEL BERRY
Last updated 11:25 19/11/2012

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Business Digest for the week to November 23.

Monday

* Statistics New Zealand will release the capital goods and producers price indices for the September quarter.

Tuesday

* Statistics NZ will release the births and deaths figures for the year to  September.

* Fletcher Building's annual meeting will be at Eden Park, Auckland, starting 10.30am.

* Pumpkin Patch will hold its annual meeting 1pm at the Ellerslie Events Centre, Auckland.

* Precinct Properties goes ex-dividend for its interim dividend, payable December 6.

* Fonterra GlobalDairy Trade Auction (overnight).

Wednesday

* The Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce is holding a strategic business planning workshop to help owners and managers hit those long-term goals. A place costs $230, the course runs from 9am till 12pm at the Westpac Business & Community Hub.

* Stats NZ will release the national accounts (income and expenditure) for the year to March. It will also release the national accounts (industry benchmarks) for the year to March 2010.

* The Reserve Bank will release credit card statistics.

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

* Scott Technology goes ex-dividend for its final dividend, payable December 4.

Thursday

* Stats NZ releases the international travel and migration figures for October.

Friday

* The Reserve Bank releases managed fund assets by product category figures.

* The Warehouse Group will hold its annual meeting 10am at the Ellerslie Events Centre.

If you have an event or information to add to the digest email michael.berry@press.co.nz

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