NZ shares fall for third straight session

Dan Brunskill
Thu, 11 Feb 2021

New Zealand's main share index fell for a third straight session as Meridian Energy and A2 Milk Company's shares dipped. The S&P/NZX 50 Index dropped 68.9 points, or half a percent, to 12,761.13. Within the index, 22 stocks fell, 23 rose and five were unchanged. Turnover was $185.2 million.It has been a tumultuous summer for the index which pushed up to record highs during the Christmas holidays, only to be pulled back to earth as the country slowly returned to work. The index has now shed 2.5 percent year-to-date, driven...

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