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11/21/2018 02:54 AM


Stuff.co.nz

BurgerFuel launches 'highly addictive' new fast food brand Shake Out
Stuff.co.nz
Publicly-listed New Zealand burger chain BurgerFuel has launched a new fast food brand featuring a "highly addictive menu". Shake Out, which opened at Goodside precinct at Smales Farm, on Auckland's North Shore, has a "highly addictive, simple menu" ...

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11/21/2018 01:13 AM


Newshub

New Zealand's e-commerce leader gets $1.7 billion buyout offer, shares skyrocket
Reuters
London-based private equity group Apax Partners was offering NZ$6.4 for each share of Trade Me, the company said in a statement on the New Zealand stock exchange. The offer represents a 25.5 percent premium to Trade Me's last close of NZ$5.1.
Buy Now: Trade Me gets $2.5b takeover offerNewsroom
Trade Me receives $2.5B private equity bidReseller News
Trade Me Group Ltd [NZX:TME] Shares Rise By Over 17%Money Morning NZ
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11/20/2018 11:03 PM


New Zealand Herald

NZX braces for rocky day as another rout hits Wall Street
New Zealand Herald
The local sharemarket could be in for a rocky day following another steep fall on Wall Street overnight. Rickey Ward, New Zealand equity manager at JB Were, said the NZX tends to follow overseas markets in sympathy and you can expect that to happen ...

11/20/2018 08:04 PM


Pound Sterling Live

New Zealand Dollar: Milk Price Set to Decline and Hurt Kiwi Following Tuesday's Dairy Auction
Pound Sterling Live
Dairy auction threatens to clobber NZD with fresh losses Tuesday. - Comes as currencies tread water in wake of stock market sell-off. - China's Micron investigation could signal nasty turn in "trade war". The New Zealand Dollar advanced against rivals ...

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11/20/2018 02:33 PM


Asian stocks drop as tech pullback, Nissan CEO's arrest take toll
MarketWatch
Asian stock markets fell Tuesday, following tech-led declines on Wall Street. Japan's Nikkei NIK, -1.09% was down nearly 1.1%, with electronics and machinery stocks among the biggest decliners. Sony 6758, -3.09% was down 3% while Fanuc 6954, -2.13% ...

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11/20/2018 12:16 PM