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The New Zealand dollar remains the 10th most traded currency globally, according to a survey by the Bank of International Settlements. Audio
A swathe of gloomy global headlines appear to have further dampened consumers' outlook about the economy but they're feeling more upbeat about their own personal finances. Audio
Financial regulators are disappointed and unimpressed by the life insurance industry's failure to fix issues and clean up its act. Audio
A brief update on the movements in the financial sector Audio
Pipeline rupture inquiry says fuel companies should be forced to invest more in infrastructure if they won't do it voluntarily. Fuel retailers cautiously back market access changes. Holiday parks in… Read more Audio
Saudi fuel attacks rattle oil prices and markets. An early look at the day's business news, and a catch up on overnight market action. Audio
Listed healthcare company Abano, which owns chains of dentist practices in New Zealand and Australia, has confirmed its in talks with several potential buyers. Audio
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Michael Grace of Jarden Securities. Audio
Medium-sized companies are struggling to increase profits with too few resources and access to growth capital. Audio
The services sector remains a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy business outlook. Audio
Meanwhile, Mr Bennetts says there's little doubt the company will raise pump prices in the wake of the attack on the oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia. Audio
The Commerce Commission's being accused of miscalculating how much money fuel retailer Z Energy is making in its initial report on competition in the sector. Audio
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