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Dairy prices are continuing to rise after months of declines. Jemma Brackebush reports. Audio
Dairy prices were a 'hot topic' at the World Dairy Summit last week, and with on-going market instability in China, New Zealand's dairy industry is struggling. Prices rebounded in the past three… Audio
Dairy prices have risen sharply for the third consecutive time. Audio
Treasury has also told the government falling dairy prices may not rebound as much as first thought; Benje Patterson is a senior economist with Infometrics. Audio
The Treasury has warned dairy prices may not rebound by as much as first thought. Audio
Over 1000 farmers have signed up for Fonterra's interest-free support loans in the first four days, the co-operative says.
Fonterra's decision to reduce the volume of whole milk powder for sale appears to have boosted prices - but the company says it is not stockpiling the product.
Dairy farmers are becoming increasingly optimistic following another rise in the overnight Global Dairy Trade auction. Audio
International dairy prices have risen again in the global dairy trade auction, overnight. Audio
In a sign that dairy prices may have hit the bottom, there's been a second consecutive rise in the dairy price index. Audio
A currency strategist is expecting a lift in dairy prices in the overnight global dairy trade.
Higher dairy prices have helped lift New Zealand's purchasing power with the rest of the world but a reversal is expected.
A rise in international dairy prices over night will provide a glimmer of light for dairy farmers but analysts say they are not out of the dark yet.
Heartland New Zealand is making bigger provisions for bad debts in the year ahead in response to weaker economic growth.
An economist is expecting a bumpy ride with dairy prices in the months ahead. Audio
Jacqueline Rowarth is a professor of agri-business at the University of Waikato. Audio
International dairy prices have risen sharply in the overnight global dairy trade auction, after months of declines. Audio
The dairy industry has had its first ray of sunshine in months. Audio
A leading bank is predicting a bleaker outlook for the New Zealand economy as it struggles to absorb the dramatic fall in dairy prices and a slowdown in the Christchurch rebuild. Audio
Finance Minister Bill English is playing down the risk of recession, even as he acknowledges the economy is softening, and growth is likely to slow. Audio