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    Both Kiwi doubles players will feature on the same court in their second round matches at the US Open tomorrow
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     4 September 2020
    Both Kiwi doubles players will feature on the same court in their second round matches at the US Open tomorrow
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    The impact of the first Covid 19 lockdown continues to be felt -- in the form of backlogs to building work
    4 Sep: The impact of the first Covid 19 lockdown continues to be felt -- in the form of backlogs to building work... more
    Football's English Premier League has cancelled its broadcast contract in China due to an unpaid fee of around 317 million dollars
    4 Sep: Football's English Premier League has cancelled its broadcast contract in China due to an unpaid fee of around 317 million dollars... more
    SkyCity chief executive Graeme Stephens says the bounce- back following lockdown was faster than expected
    3 Sep: SkyCity chief executive Graeme Stephens says the bounce- back following lockdown was faster than expected... more
    SkyCity's net profit and before tax earnings have been hit badly by Covid-19 and the inferno at its new International Convention Centre,
    3 Sep: SkyCity's net profit and before tax earnings have been hit badly by Covid-19 and the inferno at its new International Convention Centre,... more
    SkyCity says it's been a complex and challenging year
    3 Sep: SkyCity says it's been a complex and challenging year... more
    Further job losses could be on the cards, with the end of the Government's wage subsidies
    3 Sep: Further job losses could be on the cards, with the end of the Government's wage subsidies... more
    Auckland's lockdown has had very little impact on the city's housing sector
    2 Sep: Auckland's lockdown has had very little impact on the city's housing sector... more
    More people working and studying from home has pushed up the price of electrical goods
    2 Sep: More people working and studying from home has pushed up the price of electrical goods... more
    Australia has entered its first recession in 30 years
    2 Sep: Australia has entered its first recession in 30 years... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     11 Sep: Labour wants to target high-value overseas investments like Microsoft - to inject life into the post-Covid economy +++++++++++++++++++
     07 Sep: Air New Zealand's airfares are flying high with its monopoly on domestic travel, with its competition lying low for now ++++++++++++++
     18 Sep: Mixed reactions to the Commerce Commission's request to improve mobile phone plans through easier comparisons ++++++++++
     18 Sep: Consumer New Zealand is concerned about how many people are paying too much for their mobile phone plans ++++++++++
     08 Sep: Southern Response's lost bid to have a court decision overturned for a Christchurch quake claim case, could cost it nearly 700-million dollars ++++++++
     11 Sep: An independent review has warned about the pitfalls of social media after a dairying couple were stripped of their Share Farmers of the Year title +++++++
     18 Sep: Fonterra's boss says the company is on the home straight - when it comes to debt and earnings ++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      29 Sep: Phil twyford speaks small business in whakatane (RadioNZ)
      29 Sep: Business leaders ponder labour 2.0: 'there is room for much better communication' (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Sep: In taranaki, just transition to low-carbon economy fails to materialise (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Sep: Workout meals: the $13m business cooked up when founders were stuck in traffic (NZ Herald)
      29 Sep: Taranaki medical officer of health urging people to keep contact tracing in level 1 (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: Racing: ready to run sale gets innovative (NZ Herald)
      28 Sep: Simple marketing can be highly profitable: two quick tips for your small business (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: Business nz urges border exemptions for investors (RadioNZ)
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