CDI’s operating profit after tax was up to NZ$22 million CDI’s revenue went down to NZ$47.81 million from NZ$61.27 million Warehousing projects have been the company’s highlights of the year so far
Plexure extends contracts with its largest customer- McDonald’s Under the contract, Plexure is going to provide a platform to McDonald’s over the next five years McDonald’s 147 million customers will benefit from the extension of the contract
The tech sector plays an important role in New Zealand’s economy and GDP growth. RAK, VGL, SCT, and WDT are well-known NZX tech stocks.
Being low-priced penny stocks have the potential of generating massive profits in a short time span. Wellington Drive Technologies and Cannasouth are renowned NZX penny stocks.
Stats NZ updated on petroleum products import rising to NZ$795 million, resulting in a record high of NZ$1.2 billion. NZ’s total imports summed up to NZ$7.1 billion, while exports reached at NZ$6.4 billion, resulting in huge deficit of NZ$701 million.
The NZX closes in the red with 53 rises and 88 falls The market volume was also low at 28.46 million The top gainer in today’s trade was Michael Hill International
Penny stocks are inexpensive shares which attract small time investors.
Business confidence dipped by 7 points to -63% in June, as per the ANZ Business Outlook Survey released on Thursday.
Kiwi investor can explore Australian stock market as it is easier to access and offers opportunities for diversification.
Highlights Mainfreight is the most highly priced stock on the NZX Ebos Group completes the acquisition of LifeHealthcare Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation reveals to conduct its ASM in August When foraying into the stock market, ...