NZSE


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NZSE

abbreviation for
(Stock Exchange) New Zealand Stock Exchange
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NZSE, 2000, Listing Rules: Section 7 Issues and Buybacks of Securities (New Zealand Stock Exchange).
As the financial sector is not included, after the re-weighting, the already significant communications sector encompasses a very large share (33.8 per cent) of the NZSE 40 and hence the aggregate liquidity figure for New Zealand.
While there is arguably a greater focus on meeting the requirements of natural justice within the NZEM than within the NZSE, the NZEM has recognized the need for effective and efficient rule administration by conferring on the MSC wide investigative and monitoring functions and powers, in addition to its adjudicative role.
Third, the authorities intend to legislate a Takeovers Code to protect minority shareholders, which would supplant the Takeover Code Regime run by the NZSE since 1994.
On March 21, 2000, the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZSE) made history with the Asia Pacific region's first demonstration of direct share trading over the Internet using a mobile phone and NZSE's own trading system, eFASTER.
The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZSE) reached a management agreement on the merger a few years ago.
NZSE deputy chairman Simon Allen completed the first live trade using the wireless system involving special software at a media launch in Auckland.
Free on the site are stock exchange closing prices, volumes, and ratios; 30-day histories of major stock exchange indices such as NZSE-10, NZSE MidCap, and NZSE Smaller Companies; mortgage lending rates summaries updated weekly; and deposit rates also updated weekly.
11 For example, market capitalization of firms listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange was $49.022 billion at the end of 1995 compared with $29.843 billion at the end of 1992, an increase of 64.2% (NZSE Fact Book, 1997).
(5)Average return for the NZSE 40 (and previously Barclays index) for 1970-98, including dividend returns, and grossed up to reflect the effect of tax on company earnings.
We sent questionnaires to 124 public companies listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZSE) on 31 December 1996.(1) We received a total of 79 useable responses, which represents a response rate of 63.7%.