NZ sharemarket ends first day of summer on a positive note

NZ sharemarket ends first day of summer on a positive note
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Graham Skellern
The New Zealand sharemarket finished the week on a positive note, though it didn’t get whipped up by the optimism and some new highs on Wall Street.The S&P/NZX 50 Index closed at 11,367.51, up 37.31 points or 0.33%, after reaching an intraday low of 11,3207.05. The index gained 1.% for the week and is now down 1.1% for the year. There were 69 gainers and 57 decliners over the whole market on light trading, with 20.74 million shares worth $77.67m changing hands.It was a solid November for the NZ market, with the gross index r...

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