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What economists think will happen when the Reserve Bank reviews the OCR.
The Reserve Bank governor says there's a risk predictions of higher inflation will become self-fulfilling.
ANZ New Zealand has seen a drop in full-year profit as it feels the effects of a tougher second-half. Audio
The final earnings season of the year swings into action this week, with investors and analysts paying close attention to what will be a health check on the broader economy.
The Financial Markets Authority has issued an interim stop order against former journalist turned investment advisor David McEwen..
The country's biggest supermarket operator wants to merge its various businesses into a single national co-operative.
ACC's annual report showed its investment fund grew to $46.9 billion, driven by positive investment returns.
New Zealand's financial system remains strong as it adjusts to higher interest rates, but the central bank warns a greater share of households will feel more pressure.
Grumpy shareholders have grilled Auckland Airport over long queues and delays faced by international passengers.
The tourism and travel sector results are expected to show the industry's Covid recovery in full swing, but not quite back to pre-pandemic levels.
Oritain is looking to expand its reach with the funding, after strong demand from Europe and the United States.
A repeat of the recent Pushpay saga could be possible as transport software company Eroad evaluates a takeover offer, the Shareholders' Association says.
Banks say the sector is already competitive as the industry faces a government-ordered market study conducted by the Commerce Commission.
The latest data on gross domestic product shows New Zealand's economy is now in recession.
Auckland Airport says airlines can afford its increasing charges. They typically pass on additional costs to customers through airfares.
The infrastructure investor currently owns about half of One NZ, formerly Vodafone.
A New Zealand start-up has launched an artificial-intelligence powered investment platform, allowing everyday investors to use the technology when making investment decisions.
About 20 companies are set to report over the next two weeks, offering an insight into how firms are coping in the current inflationary environment.
New Zealand natural health and beauty products retailer HealthPost has snapped up two Australian competitors after their parent company went broke.
The country's financial system is still in good shape although some households are feeling the stress of higher mortgage repayments, the bank says.
There are signs greater distress could be on the way for the construction sector, with margins tightening and project cancellations on the rise.
An online grocery start-up is standing firm after it says it faced pushback from multiple suppliers about their retail prices.
An international cyber security expert believes New Zealand's critical infrastructure remains vulnerable to hackers, and warns consumers will pick up the tab as firms face costly system upgrades.
Managing director Rod Duke says it will be difficult for Briscoes to replicate its full year profit.
The country's biggest fuel retailer says it is still in recovery mode as profits track below pre-Covid levels, despite higher prices boosting revenue.