27 Mar, 3:55pm
New Zealand crossbred wool, which accounts for the majority of New Zealand's production, fell to a two month low at the South Island auction yesterday amid a stronger local currency and weaker buyer demand
27 Mar, 12:35pm
Targeting 2 percent annual inflation could force the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to cut interest rates too sharply and overheat the economy, says Bank of New Zealand, which suggests current low global inflation rates mean the local target i
We are off and running in 2015. The world events have taken center stage and we have all been spectators. The major events have been: Paris The shocking events in Paris and the apparently related events of Brussels.... More »
There have been a number of positive developments at construction company Boral over the last few months. This included the ACCC’s decision late last year to allow the proposed merger of Boral’s Australian east coast brick operations with CSR Limited to proceed as planned. While the ACCC had initially stated that it was less than enthused by the proposed deal, common sense appears to have prevailed, and as such represents a significant step forward for Boral (and the sector in general).