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ANZ Morning Brief: Monday September 13, 2010

ANZ Morning Brief: Monday September 13, 2010

OUTLOOK

CURRENCY: A tentative start likely for the NZD today as it potentially looks to assalt a key resistance level (0.7330) at some point this week. We expect the RBNZ announcement on Thursday to pour cold water on this.

BNZ Daily FX Wrap & Strategy

BNZ Daily FX Wrap & Strategy

NZD

The NZD was one of the strongest performing currencies last week.

Natural Disasters Raise Doubts Over Supply Chain Capability

Natural Disasters Raise Doubts Over Supply Chain Capability

Coastal operator Pacifica Shipping says the integrity of essential freight links between the North and South Islands needs serious attention in the wake of Canterbury's earthquake and a big landslip near Kaikoura.

Freight Continues To Move While Main North Railway Line Remains Closed

Freight Continues To Move While Main North Railway Line Remains Closed

KiwiRail is continuing to move freight by road between Blenheim and Christchurch while the Main North Line remains closed by a large slip south of Kaikoura.

Finarch Wins Prestigious Award "Lion Of The Export"

Finarch Wins Prestigious Award "Lion Of The Export"

Financial Architects (FinArch), market leader in integrated reporting, finance and risk solutions for the financial services industry, announced that it earned the esteemed award 'Lion of the Export' during yesterday's award ceremony in Brussels, Belgium.

Ecoya Advances Into Skincare: Buys 100% Of Leading Natural Skincare Company Trilogy

Ecoya Advances Into Skincare: Buys 100% Of Leading Natural Skincare Company Trilogy

Ecoya Limited (NZX: ECO) has entered into an unconditional agreement to purchase 100 per cent of Trilogy Natural Products Limited, New Zealand's leader in natural skincare products.

Allied Farmers Announce Loss Of $78 Million

Allied Farmers Announce Loss Of $78 Million

Allied Famers Limited announced today an unaudited operating loss after tax of $77.587 million (2009: $34.198 million loss) for the 12 month period ended 30 June 2010.

ANZ: Update On Fast-Tracked Quake Support

ANZ: Update On Fast-Tracked Quake Support

The ANZ and The National Bank have assisted quake-affected business, personal and farming customers in Canterbury with more than $1.6 million in fast-tracked loans and expert help since Saturday's earthquake.

Rollercoaster Ride For The Gold Price

The gold price looked set to break record highs this week as investors worried about the health of Europe's banks and levels of potentially risky government debt, NZ Mint Head Bullion Trader Mike O'Kane says.