NZ market bouncing around as investors remain wary

NZ market bouncing around as investors remain wary
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Graham Skellern
Retailer Briscoe Group brought some joy to the New Zealand share market, with record annual earnings, but investors remained wary following the bank failures in the United States. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fluctuated from a high of 11,661.87 to a low of 11,583.45 and closed at 11,617.27, up 21.79 points or 0.19%. There were 77 gainers and 49 decliners on the main board, with 30.64 million shares worth $116.61 million changing hands. Jarden wealth management adviser Greg Main said markets are bouncing around following the sell-off...

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