Tuatara’s former shareholders in court battle over sale proceeds

HAMISH RUTHERFORD Last updated 15:14, September 1 2017 Phil Reid/Stuff Former prime minister John Key at the opening of Tuatara’s bottling plant in 2012. The former shareholders of Tuatara Breweries are fighting over close to $1 million from the sale to Japanese drinks Lion. Malthouse Limited claims Rangatira Investments owes it contingent payments of $920,828.66 as a result of the January takeover […]

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Lululemon Gets Lift From Men’s Business, Product Investments –Update

Lululemon Athletica Inc., bucking a sales slowdown that has sent shock waves through the sector, raised annual financial targets following a strong performance in the latest quarter. The Vancouver athletic-apparel company said sales were strong across several categories and that it saw room for further growth, including in outerwear, a category that would also boost profit margin. Among the highlights […]

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Foreign and domestic investments rise during govt’s first fiscal year

DURING the 2016-17 fiscal year, the NLD government approved new foreign investments in a total of 138 projects. Investors included European countries such as the UK, France and the Netherlands as well as Asian countries like Thailand and Vietnam. But they also included the likes of Australia, Bangladesh, and Canada, which have not invested in Myanmar for more than ten […]

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Generation Rent Investment Guide episode 5: What’s the value investing in funds through online intermediaries Sharesies, InvestNow and RaboDirect?

Most fund managers will “stifle their laugh, only because they’re being polite” if you try to talk to them about investing your hard-earned $10,000. If this frank admission from financial adviser, Martin Hawes, is still ringing loud and clear in your mind from my last Generation Rent Investment Guide instalment on managed funds, I come bearing some relief. There are […]

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Brazil consumers drive recovery as investment lags

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian policymakers and economists have for years promised that a surge in corporate investment would lift Latin America’s largest economy out of its worst recession. Investors are not buying it. While consumers are loosening their purse strings, Brazilian companies must deal with heavy debt loads and employ idle capacity before they boost investment in new machines […]

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Turner Investments is Latest Mutual Fund Provider to Turn to ETFs

Shutterstock photo Turner Investments has announced its acquisition of Elkhorn Capital Group, an upstart exchange traded fund firm founded by industry pioneer Ben Fulton, a former PowerShares executive. Turner Investments’ have revealed its intention to shift from active management, after closing its last three equity mutual funds, moving into ETFs through acquiring Elkhorn Capital Group. Elkhorn has […] Click to […]

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Danish Investing Giant ATP Exits Six-Year Bet to Target More Risk

By August 31, 2017, 3:33 PM EDT ATP, which is Denmark’s biggest pension fund and one of Europe’s top institutional investors, is for the first time in six years looking into putting more of its money into riskier investments. The board of ATP, which manages 748 billion kroner ($120 billion) in taxpayers’ retirement benefits, will in coming months look into adjusting […]

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Investment facilitation at BRICS ‘cannot’ be model for WTO pact: India

BRICS Summit likely to ink agreements on investment facilitation, e-port network New Delhi, August 31:   India’s willingness to participate in discussions on investment facilitation with BRICS nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa — comes with an important caveat that the negotiations cannot be used to push a similar agreement at the World Trade Organisation, a senior government official […]

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