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    NZ shares fall in light holiday trading
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     29 May 2017
    New Zealand shares fell in quiet overseas holiday trading as dual-listed banking stocks ANZ and Westpac weighed on the local market.
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    Kiwi comes back into favour on cross trade
    29 May: The NZ dollar rose against the Aussie on speculation of a relatively stronger domestic economy and lack of exposure to international commodity prices.... more
    Company sought to save Pineapple Lumps
    29 May: The workers' union at Cadbury's Dunedin factory says some jobs could be saved if another company offers to take up making Pineapple Lumps and Jaffas by Friday.... more
    Turners Autos lifts profit 13 per cent
    29 May: Turners Automotice has lifted annual profit 13 per cent, thanks in part to a better-than-expected performance from the recently acquired Buy Right Cars.... more
    Investore posts inaugural year profit
    29 May: A stronger-than-expected gain in the value of its property portfolio means property investor Investore has posted a $28.5m profit in its first year.... more
    Kiwi slips in quiet start to week
    29 May: The New Zealand dollar has slipped to US70.44 cents at the beginning of a week with little local information and traders looking offshore for guidance.... more
    NZers' confidence in financial markets up
    29 May: New Zealanders are becoming increasingly confident in financial markets, which have been subject to rule changes aimed at reducing people's mistrust of them.... more
    Ability to pass on bed tax questioned
    28 May: A tax on hotels Auckland Council is planning can't just be passed onto tourists as a surcharge, according to a legal opinion.... more
    South Auckland truck fires suspicious
    28 May: Fires that destroyed four commercial trucks at a frozen food wholesaler in south Auckland may have been deliberately lit.... more
    Confessions of an overconfident, mediocre man
    28 May: Thanks to their brazen over-confidence, mediocre men are being promoted to senior roles ahead of vastly more qualified women, writes Darren Saunders. But a reckoning is coming.... more

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      29 May: Parents failing to teach their kids about money (NZ Herald)
      29 May: Remote jacksons tavern on the west coast is for sale (Stuff.co.nz)
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