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Financial market volatility, trade disputes and fears of an economic slowdown are taking their toll on the mood of local business leaders.
Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines are increasing capacity on services between Auckland and the city-state. Audio
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Melika King of Craigs Investment Partners. Audio
More than half of New Zealand business leaders are ambivalent about how well-equipped they are to tackle a cyber-attack. Audio
The listed medicinal cannabis company Cannasouth has formed a joint venture to build a production facility in the Waikato. Audio
The Auckland casino operator, SkyCity, has reported a largely steady result as it faces a cautious outlook. Audio
SkyCity reported a profit of $144.6 million for the year ended June, down $25m on the previous year.
Entrepreneur Jenene Crossan talks to host James Nokise about resilience, excellence and the power of a good pink suit. Produced by Charlie Bleakley. Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
Minister of Statistics James Shaw has described the 2018 census as 'a mixed bag' after a report revealed missing key data for Maori and a general response rate he described as unacceptably low… Audio
Let's go to business now where every morning we answer one of your questions. Just how indebted are New Zealanders and should we be worried about it? Here with the answer is our business reporter, Kim… Audio
Dairy giant Fontera says it expects to make a reported loss of more than $590 million this financial year. Phil Barry from TDB Advisory joins us to explain why, and what's next. Audio
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Belinda Stanley of Craigs Investment Partners. Audio
First time house buyers are expected to find it easier to get into the market, particularly in Auckland where house prices are expected to remain flat. Audio
The stock market operator, NZX, says its first half net profit is up 46 percent as changes to its business begin to take effect. Audio
The retirement village operator, Summerset Group, has posted a smaller first half profit, as property value gains eased, while it eyes a move into Australia. Audio
The country's biggest rural services company, PGG Wrightson, says life and business down on the farm is going through a tough phase. Audio
Rod Oram chats to Kathryn about Fonterra's big write down of assets and no dividend this financial year. Also, the RBNZ's very surprisingly deep OCR cut, and the way it announced it. Audio
The liquidators of the failed construction company Mainzeal are threatening to bankrupt its chairman unless he pays $18 million in the next month.