The insurer's New Zealand arm reported an insurance profit of A$220 million (NZ$242m), down from A$305m.
The fees Vital Healthcare paid its manager, NorthWest, rose 31.5% in the latest year, after a 43% increase the previous year.
Rakon’s chair and CEO asserted the importance of reinvesting the windfall from the chip shortage back into the business.
Rakon expects underlying earnings of between $36m and $44m.
The Craigs Investment Partners analysts are expecting Fletcher Building’s earnings to peak in 2023 and to decline in the following two years.
The hotel operator recorded a net profit of $15.4 million for the six months to June 30.
Reporting seasons begins in earnest next Monday when Contact Energy reports its full-year results.
NZ's main commercial glass manufacturer says materials costs increases and changes to the building code will continue to ratchet up prices for the already hard-hit construction sector.
The car sales and auto finance company better known for its brand 2 Cheap Cars did not name the bank which provides the funding.
Colin Cook, great-grandson of Moondah's founder, James Grice, says the property needs to be maintained to stop it falling into disrepair and Ryman will do that.
It was a quiet day for NZ's market as investors wait to see what listed companies reveal when earnings season kicks off next week.
Forsyth Barr analysts say the US infant formula market is between 15% and 20% the size of China’s.
The market regulator wants to see an assessment as to whether the proposed directors can be considered independent of the largest shareholder.