Notice of on-market share buyback
Acquisition of Ordinary Shares
This notice is given under NZX Listing Rule 3.13.1 and 65(2) of the Companies Act 1993, and relates to the acquisition of ordinary shares in NZME Limited under the on-market share buy-back programme announced by NZME Limited in December 2021.
The Financial Markets Authority has been reviewing ESG-labelled funds and is expected to ratchet up its enforcement of any unable to back up their claims.
The Chinese market for over-the-counter medicines is the world’s second-largest behind the US and was growing rapidly, the AFT Pharmaceuticals managing director said.
The church management software firm hasn't been distracted by the takeover talk.
The creators of a voluntary carbon credit and platform to trade them stand by their product.
Synlait's new forecast brings it in line with Fonterra.
Longer-term, the cloud strategy is expected to lift per-site revenue by more than 2.5 times and fatten margins by about 40%.
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One analyst said market participants will be glad to see the back of the turbulent second quarter.
Young property guns Jasper are taking their 'sharesies' style property investment model into a more marketable terrain.
After a troubled start, a new carbon trading platform says it will resume operations next week.
The owner of BusinessDesk has hit a new high, with even more customers choosing to subscribe.
Indonesian coal prices are now one of the main drivers of wholesale electricity prices in NZ.