Bottom fishing on the NZX

Brian Gaynor
Sat, 19 Feb 2022

Bottom fishing on the NZX
Some times it pays to look at the bottom. (Image: Getty)
Brian Gaynor
Sat, 19 Feb 2022
Media attention is clearly focused on the major companies at present as they report their results for the period ended Dec 31, 2021.But what about the NZX minnows, the small and mostly forgotten companies struggling at the bottom of the NZX market value table? Do any of these companies represent good investment opportunities?Lowest value NZX companiesThe following table lists the 15 NZX companies with the lowest market values as at Dec 31, 2016, and their developments since then. The December 2016 starting date has been used because five y...

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