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AGMs, confidence and referendum results in focus

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 30 Oct 2020

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 30 Oct 2020
Rising numbers of global covid-19 cases and new restrictions in key markets will be front of mind today as Tourism Holdings and Port of Tauranga hold their annual meetings and ANZ Bank publishes its latest read on consumer confidence.Tourism Holdings – which has been hard hit by the domestic border closure – still has exposure to the US and the UK. Investors will be keen to hear more about its plans to ride out the storm.Port of Tauranga – NZ’s largest port, handling about 25 million tonnes of cargo a year – will b...

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