The NZX50 companies that have gained and lost the most so far in 2023

The NZX50 companies that have gained and lost the most so far in 2023
The NZX50 managed to rise by 3.56% between Jan 4 and June 30 despite headwinds. (Image: Getty)
Ella Somers
A cost of living crisis, recessionary fears, falling property prices and a tropical cyclone.Those are just a few things that have whacked New Zealand’s sharemarket and many of its top fifty companies in the first half of 2023.However, the NZX50 still managed to rise by 3.56% between Jan 4 and June 30, with 24 stocks gaining in value.A2 and SynlaitDairy firm A2 Milk was the stock that had the most gains in 2022, with its share price up 22.7%. But in the first six months of 2023, the infant formula exporter fell from $7.57 at the beginning...

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