Which NZX firms lost or gained NZ Super Fund investment

Which NZX firms lost or gained NZ Super Fund investment
Milk marketer a2 had a strong result in February. (Image: a2 Milk)
Rebecca Stevenson
Andy Fyers
Aged care operator Arvida, property group Stride, telco infrastructure firm Chorus and milk marketer a2 are among the New Zealand stock exchange-listed firms enjoying increased investment from the NZ Super Fund. Data obtained by BusinessDesk from the fund, which invests in funding superannuation payments, showed between June and Dec 2023, it boosted its shareholdings in a2 by 27%, Chorus by 44%, Stride Property Group by 101%, and Arvida by 907%. It also increased its stake in property company Argosy and retailers Hallensteins Glassons...

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