NZX 50 IND...
5,987.02
-32.47
-0.54%
Chart for ^NZ50
NZD to USD
0.6597
-0.0079
-1.18%
Chart for NZDUSD=X
NZD to EUR
0.5822
-0.0096
-1.62%
Chart for NZDEUR=X
More »
AORD
4,870.90
+44.40
+0.92%
Chart for ^AORD
ASX 300
4,779.80
+44.50
+0.94%
Chart for ^AXKO
NZD to AUD
0.9405
-0.0002
-0.02%
Chart for NZDAUD=X
More »
Nikkei 225
15,713.39
-372.05
-2.31%
Chart for ^N225
Hang Seng
18,545.80
-742.37
-3.85%
Chart for ^HSI
NZD to JPY
73.4777
-2.2659
-2.99%
Chart for NZDJPY=X
More »
Godfrey banks on green, clean future

Godfrey banks on green, clean future

Having messed up its chances with stick vacuums, Godfreys is now jumping onto the next big trend - green, eco-friendly cleani…

  • Windsor doubts Watermark mine future AAP - 2 hours 17 minutes ago

    Former federal MP Tony Windsor says he believes the controversial Shenhua Watermark coalmine will not go ahead despite the NSW government rejecting rumours the mine's owners want to exit the project. The NSW government said on Thursday that Shenhua, the Chinese company behind the Watermark mine, had not asked for its exploration licence to be bought back. The denial came after Mr Windsor tweeted this week that there was a "very strong rumour" that Shenhua had asked the government to buy back the licence for the proposed Liverpool Plains mine.

  • $A firmer as US rate rise chances fade AAP - 2 hours 25 minutes ago

    The Australian dollar is stronger against the greenback, which softened in response to dovish comments from the US central bank boss. The greenback weakened after US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen expressed concerns over China, which has exposed fault lines in the global economy, Westpac chief currency strategist Robert Rennie said. Mr Rennie said the US dollar collapsed against the Japanese yen, but this may ease up when Japan returns from a public holiday on Friday.

  • Salmon prices, costs slash Tassal's profit AAP - 2 hours 30 minutes ago

    Fish farmer Tassal says the integration of De Costi Seafoods is going swimmingly, despite the group's first half profit dropping 16.6 per cent. Tassal acquired De Costi in July through a $50 million deal which saw the company expand its business from salmon to include other seafood. Chief executive Mark Ryan said on Thursday a restructure of De Costi had focused on automating operations at its main processing plant in Sydney.

  • Aust share market ends stronger AAP - 2 hours 31 minutes ago

    The Australian share market has clawed back some of its recent losses, ending the session one per cent higher as investors flocked to defensive stocks after a mixed bag of company earnings results. Healthcare, ...

  • Rio Tinto slumps to a loss AAP - 2 hours 38 minutes ago

    Mining giant Rio Tinto has posted an annual loss of $US866 million ($A1.22 billion). MORE TO COME

  • Property boom boosts Mirvac profit AAP - 2 hours 45 minutes ago

    The housing boom may have peaked, but Mirvac expects its healthy property development pipeline to keep earnings growth strong. The developer's net profit in the six months to December jumped 69 per cent from a year earlier to $473 million, driven by revaluation gains and property booms in Sydney and Melbourne that are now starting to cool. "The residential market is now set for a lower volume and price growth phase," chief executive Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz said.

  • Tassal cuts first half profit due to costs AAP - 2 hours 53 minutes ago

    Fish farmer Tassal says the integration of De Costi Seafoods is going swimmingly, despite the group's first half profit dropping 16.6 per cent. Tassal acquired De Costi in July through a $50 million deal which saw the company expand its business from salmon to include other seafood. De Costi's integration, along with growth in salmon sales, helped Tassal lift its revenue by 50 per cent to $226.8 million in the first half of its financial year.

  • NT Labor launches censure of deputy leader AAP - 2 hours 54 minutes ago

    The Northern Territory Labor opposition has launched a censure motion aimed at the deputy chief minister and his controversial dealings with a Vietnamese company. Opposition Leader Michael Gunner said Primary Industry and Fisheries Minister Willem Westra van Holthe breached the ministerial code of conduct and potentially the criminal code when he signed a shares offer for $570,000 to invest in a mega-mall project of CT Group, a company his girlfriend worked for and with whom the NT government was working to develop a $140 million dragon-fruit farm in the Top End. Mr Westra van Holthe has maintained there was no wrongdoing or conflict of interest because he pulled out of the deal after signing the offer in September.

 

QUOTES

  •  
    Recent Quotes
    Symbol Price Change % ChgChart 
    Your most recently viewed tickers will automatically show up here if you type a ticker in the "Enter symbol/company" at the bottom of this module.
    You need to enable your browser cookies to view your most recent quotes.
  • Recent Quotes News

    •  
      Sign-in to view quotes in your portfolios.

    BUZZWORTHY

    Market Data

    • Currencies
      Currencies
      NamePriceChange% Chg
      0.9408+0.0001+0.01%
      NZDAUD=X
      0.6595-0.008-1.20%
      NZDUSD=X
      0.4573-0.002-0.43%
      NZDGBP=X
      73.4429-2.3007-3.04%
      NZDJPY=X

    MARKET MOVERS

    • Most Actives
      Most Actives
      NamePriceChange% Chg
      1.78+0.01+0.56%
      ATM.NZ
      3.22-0.04-1.23%
      SPK.NZ
      2.285-0.015-0.65%
      MEL.NZ
      4.37-0.07-1.58%
      SKC.NZ
      0.295+0.015+5.36%
      IQE.NZ
    • % Gainers
      % Gainers
      NamePriceChange% Chg
      1.48+0.10+7.25%
      WYN.NZ
      0.295+0.015+5.36%
      IQE.NZ
      3.10+0.13+4.38%
      AKC050.NZ
      5.48+0.18+3.40%
      AMP.NZ
      1.60+0.05+3.23%
      SDL.NZ
    • % Losers
      % Losers
      NamePriceChange% Chg
      3.50-0.30-7.89%
      LIC.NZ
      1.498-0.088-5.55%
      APA.NZ
      2.11-0.08-3.65%
      BFW.NZ
      1.89-0.07-3.57%
      ERD.NZ
      14.00-0.51-3.51%
      XRO.NZ