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You can get prices, announcements and other data on NZX Markets by visiting nzx.com.
NZX held its Annual Meeting at Te Papa on 3 May 2013. The meeting included speeches from Chairman Andrew Harmos and CEO Tim Bennett, along with farewell remarks from Rod Drury. Video from the event is available to watch online by clicking this link.
NZX’s online Annual Report site for the year ended 31 December 2012 is now available at annualreport.nzxgroup.com The site is interactive and contains additional content to the printed version, including video interviews. We hope you find it interesting and engaging.
New Zealand is the world's home of dairy. For market information, contract specifications, useful data and quotes, please visit our Futures Market website.
NZClearing Corp runs a world class clearing house and a central securities depository to manage trading risk efficiently and transparently. For more information, please visit the NZClearing Corp website.
The New Zealand Herald is featuring a series of columns written by business leaders in New Zealand, focusing on our capital markets in 2013. Links to the articles are below.
It's worthwhile asking why anyone - aside from a few bankers and brokers in and around Queen St - should be interested, let alone excited, about the sharemarket. The simple answer is that the sharemarket provides the capital required to build great New Zealand businesses.
Port of Tauranga's mixed ownership structure is considered a significant influence on its established position as New Zealand's best-performing port.
It turns out that the Capital Markets Development Taskforce has been a catalyst for both policy makers and market participants. The issues it exposed and addressed are being resolved - some by policy response, some by market responses and some by a combination of the two.
Could 2013 be the year in which our local capital markets shake off their past fragility and see the return of hard-working Kiwi investors? I hope so. But let's make sure they come back armed with information, alive to the risks and tolerant of normal volatility.
The provision of permanent capital into a business, the advantages to shareholders of increased liquidity and the additional credibility provided to your company through the NZX are invaluable.