Retail

8th Oct 20, 2:54pm
Retail chain The Warehouse won't be paying a dividend this year and says it faces continued uncertainty around its trading outlook
Retail chain The Warehouse won't be paying a dividend this year and says it faces continued uncertainty around its trading outlook
8th Oct 20, 2:54pm
6th Oct 20, 3:14pm
Kiwibank economists have been scrutinising our Covid spending. It's good news and bad news. We are eating really healthily. But we're drinking more and gambling
Kiwibank economists have been scrutinising our Covid spending. It's good news and bad news. We are eating really healthily. But we're drinking more and gambling
6th Oct 20, 3:14pm
8th Sep 20, 10:18am
Labour Party reportedly set to unveil policy to regulate retail payment fees on Tuesday in move designed to reduce fees small businesses pay their banks
Labour Party reportedly set to unveil policy to regulate retail payment fees on Tuesday in move designed to reduce fees small businesses pay their banks
8th Sep 20, 10:18am
2nd Sep 20, 10:24am
Retail NZ says about 10,000 retailers are estimated to be in danger of going out of business over the next 12 months
Retail NZ says about 10,000 retailers are estimated to be in danger of going out of business over the next 12 months
2nd Sep 20, 10:24am
1st Sep 20, 9:17am
UBS analysts cook up a hypothetical net interest margin for buy now pay later juggernaut Afterpay on the back of its annual financial results
UBS analysts cook up a hypothetical net interest margin for buy now pay later juggernaut Afterpay on the back of its annual financial results
1st Sep 20, 9:17am
31st Aug 20, 5:00am
Monthly Xero Small Business Insights data series showed promising signs for revenue and employment overall in July, before Auckland's August Level 3 lockdown
Monthly Xero Small Business Insights data series showed promising signs for revenue and employment overall in July, before Auckland's August Level 3 lockdown
31st Aug 20, 5:00am
28th Aug 20, 2:44pm
Flexigroup NZ says it will 'shake-up NZ’s buy now pay later sector with some major changes' in September; Harmoney posts loss but says it's in a 'strong financial position'
Flexigroup NZ says it will 'shake-up NZ’s buy now pay later sector with some major changes' in September; Harmoney posts loss but says it's in a 'strong financial position'
28th Aug 20, 2:44pm
28th Aug 20, 10:00am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at the impact of COVID-19 and various policy responses on business activity across a range of countries
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy looks at the impact of COVID-19 and various policy responses on business activity across a range of countries
28th Aug 20, 10:00am
24th Aug 20, 12:00pm
Statistics New Zealand says retail sales plummeted 15% in the lockdown-affected June quarter
Statistics New Zealand says retail sales plummeted 15% in the lockdown-affected June quarter
24th Aug 20, 12:00pm
6th Aug 20, 1:54pm
The retail sector still seeing two-speed trading with many operators reporting sales up up but a significant minority reporting falling sales
The retail sector still seeing two-speed trading with many operators reporting sales up up but a significant minority reporting falling sales
6th Aug 20, 1:54pm
6th Aug 20, 9:34am
Retail NZ and banks trumpet cuts in Visa & Mastercard interchange fees and merchants' contactless debit fees, but Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi wants more competition
Retail NZ and banks trumpet cuts in Visa & Mastercard interchange fees and merchants' contactless debit fees, but Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi wants more competition
6th Aug 20, 9:34am
21st Jul 20, 8:56am
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The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
21st Jul 20, 8:56am
9th Jul 20, 11:38am
The Warehouse Group has enjoyed strong trading so far since lockdown but is warning of likely need for asset writedowns and is still not prepared to give any profit guidance for the financial year ending this month
The Warehouse Group has enjoyed strong trading so far since lockdown but is warning of likely need for asset writedowns and is still not prepared to give any profit guidance for the financial year ending this month
9th Jul 20, 11:38am
7th Jul 20, 2:45pm
Research by NZ Retail finds over half of retailers reported better business in June compared with a year ago but over a quarter fared worse; 6000 jobs seen as going over next three months
Research by NZ Retail finds over half of retailers reported better business in June compared with a year ago but over a quarter fared worse; 6000 jobs seen as going over next three months
7th Jul 20, 2:45pm
10th Jun 20, 7:50am
David Hargreaves says while it would be lovely to simply bin this year and move straight on to 2021, we may be able to somewhat salvage matters in the second half of 2020
David Hargreaves says while it would be lovely to simply bin this year and move straight on to 2021, we may be able to somewhat salvage matters in the second half of 2020
10th Jun 20, 7:50am
8th Jun 20, 3:04pm
Economists are welcoming the country's faster than expected move to normality after the lockdown but warn that bad news is still ahead regarding unemployment
Economists are welcoming the country's faster than expected move to normality after the lockdown but warn that bad news is still ahead regarding unemployment
8th Jun 20, 3:04pm
8th Jun 20, 10:59am
The Warehouse Group has announced plans to close stores and restructure its head office, with over 1000 jobs to go across all its operations
The Warehouse Group has announced plans to close stores and restructure its head office, with over 1000 jobs to go across all its operations
8th Jun 20, 10:59am
4th Jun 20, 6:42pm
Neither retailers nor commercial property owners satisfied with where the Government landed on how rent relief should be negotiated
Neither retailers nor commercial property owners satisfied with where the Government landed on how rent relief should be negotiated
4th Jun 20, 6:42pm
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4th Jun 20, 8:54am
Temporary amendment to Property Law Act will require 'a fair reduction' in rent where a business has suffered a loss of revenue because of COVID-19
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Temporary amendment to Property Law Act will require 'a fair reduction' in rent where a business has suffered a loss of revenue because of COVID-19
4th Jun 20, 8:54am
2nd Jun 20, 11:46am
Westpac economists say some recent data is tentatively suggesting that the economic situation may not be quite as severe as they had been predicting
Westpac economists say some recent data is tentatively suggesting that the economic situation may not be quite as severe as they had been predicting
2nd Jun 20, 11:46am
28th May 20, 2:40pm
Economists at the country's biggest bank say based on their bank's card data, spending has returned to 'normal' - but there's no sign of any catch-up on spending that was 'lost' during lockdown
Economists at the country's biggest bank say based on their bank's card data, spending has returned to 'normal' - but there's no sign of any catch-up on spending that was 'lost' during lockdown
28th May 20, 2:40pm
9th Apr 20, 11:15am
Official figures show spending on food and groceries rose a whopping $376 million in the past month; elsewhere it's a predictably grim story
Official figures show spending on food and groceries rose a whopping $376 million in the past month; elsewhere it's a predictably grim story
9th Apr 20, 11:15am
9th Apr 20, 10:17am
One of the country's largest retailers has provided details of how much of the $6.6 billion Government wage subsidy it has received and where it has gone
One of the country's largest retailers has provided details of how much of the $6.6 billion Government wage subsidy it has received and where it has gone
9th Apr 20, 10:17am
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26th Mar 20, 9:09am
The Warehouse says it did believe it was an 'essential service' at the time it stated so to the sharemarket; has now cancelled its dividend; profit guidance withdrawn; share price falls
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The Warehouse says it did believe it was an 'essential service' at the time it stated so to the sharemarket; has now cancelled its dividend; profit guidance withdrawn; share price falls
26th Mar 20, 9:09am
10th Mar 20, 1:44pm
ANZ NZ CEO Antonia Watson says some government working capital support in response to coronavirus outbreak might be useful, bank in a very good position from a liquidity and funding sense
ANZ NZ CEO Antonia Watson says some government working capital support in response to coronavirus outbreak might be useful, bank in a very good position from a liquidity and funding sense
10th Mar 20, 1:44pm

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