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Falling commercial property values have taken the shine off Goodman Property Trust's full year profit.
New Zealand's biggest transport company said it was pleased with the result and positioned it well to deal with the ongoing supply chain disruptions brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The rental and leasing industry has been changed forever by the Covid-19 crisis and is facing big structural changes shaped by technology.
The majority of New Zealand's hotels are either closed or operating with skeleton staff, while some of the biggest are unlikely to reopen until international visitors return.
Infratil has cut the top end of profit outlook by $55 million in response to the Covid-19 emergency.
Air New Zealand halts share trading and Auckland Airport suspends earnings guidance as airlines face widespread travel controls.
How can you find out if a company is profitable or not? Business Reporter Nona Pelletier explains.
Global financial markets can expect another rough ride in the week ahead as the Covid-19 virus continues to spread fear and uncertainty around the world.
The government has announced it will invest $2.4 billion towards the development of roads and rail to support a planned development in Drury.
Continued strong demand for chicken, burgers and tacos has resulted in another strong year for Restaurant Brands.
The power generator and retailer's net profit dropped 20.2 percent because of weak wholesale conditions and a competitive market.
Kiwibank's first half profit is down on flat revenue growth and increased costs, while NZ Post recorded a four-fold rise in the six months to December.
Auckland Airport has reported a flat first-half result, and plans to bring forward the billion-dollar redevelopment of its domestic terminal, and upgrade the international arrivals hall.
The NZX says its full year result reflects the stellar performance of the capital markets over the past year, with momentum expected to drive growth in the coming year.
Large insurance payouts and proceeds from an asset sale have lifted the half year profit of the gaming company.
The chemical manufacturing sector is under increasing pressure with environmental concerns expected to shape the future of the sector.
KiwiRail is already locking in suppliers and specialist services as it prepares to spend the government's cash injection to upgrade and expand the national rail network.
New Zealand's capital markets are showing signs of revival, although the stock exchange looks set to lose more companies.
BNZ has delivered a steady full-year profit, despite a squeeze on interest rate margins and increased provisions for bad debt.
As global economic risks continue to run high, there is increasing concern about the quality of debt in the corporate bond market.
New Zealand's mineral manufacturing sector is expected to face some testing times, with softer prices, tighter margins and sluggish export markets.
A fund manager is warning investors that a growing number of popular low-fee passive funds may not be worth it in the the long run.
The Reserve Bank is asking about the future of cash and reveals the number of ATMs is declining, plus its bank vaults are ageing and "sub-optimal".
The chairperson of a review of the broader financial markets says there's plenty of potential to grow the size of New Zealand's capital markets.
The dairy co-operative is cutting its stake in the Chinese infant formula manufacturer Beingmate after failing to find a buyer for the whole stake.